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Do Take Hurricanes Seriously

By Remy Benoit

Tropical Storm Ernesto seems to be headed to Cuba and then Florida. Just hearing about another hurricane is quite upsetting here in Louisiana. It is not just a storm that comes on through; it can have long, long term impact on lives and areas.

From MSNBC and Bob Sullivan Impact of Katrina exodus felt far and wide.

For hurricane tracking Weather Underground.

From USA Today and David Jackson Bush returns again to Gulf Coast for Katrina anniversary.

From the New York Times, Frank Rich and Common Dreams Bush & Katrina: Return to the Scene of the Crime.

From the AP and MSNBC Levees could still fail in big storm, Corps warns.

From the AP and MSNBC New Orleans merchants struggle to rebound.

From the Palm Beach Post, Rachel Simmonsen and Teresa Lane in Florida Many still desperate to fix roofs.


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