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Gulf Coast Rebuilding = 2:18:00 -
House Committee, Washington, District of Columbia, United States
with Richard H. Baker, U.S. Representative - [R] Louisiana, J. Gresham Barrett, U.S. Representative - [R] South Carolina, Emanuel Cleaver II, U.S. Representative - [D] Missouri, Barney Frank, U.S. Representative - [D] Massachusetts, Al Green, U.S. Representative - [D] Texas, Jeb Hensarling, U.S. Representative - [R] Texas, Barbara Lee, U.S. Representative - [D] California, Carolyn McCarthy, U.S. Representative - [D] New York, Randy Neugebauer, U.S. Representative - [R] Texas, Bob Ney, U.S. Representative - [R] Ohio, Michael Garver Oxley, U.S. Representative - [R] Ohio, Steve Pearce, U.S. Representative - [R] New Mexico, David Scott, U.S. Representative - [D] Georgia, and Melvin Watt, U.S. Representative - [D] North Carolina
From C-Span TV Channel, Thursday, March 9th, 2006 - Previous Item / Next Item
House Financial Services Subcommittee on Housing and Community Opportunity held a hearing on Gulf Coast rebuilding. Donald Powell, Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding in the Department of Homeland Security, testified about a number of issues including the status of recovery and reconstruction efforts, cooperation between federal, state and local agencies, temporary housing programs for...

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