FEMA approves $11M in Isaac grants; SBA OKs $1M+ in loans
That includes more than $9.5 million for housing assistance and $1.6 million for other needs such as personal property, damaged vehicles and medical expenses, FEMA spokesman Tim Tyson told The Mississippi Press .
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#1 Sep 27, 2012
Who or how would u contact an authority of FEMA. Sick of sorry well able humans making me work harder for low wages while they get paid to lie, cheat and brag about how much they received with more to come and just how much food stamps they get along with Medicaid help. It's time to stop the issues being brought up by government officials when they're the ones letting it take place. Wonder why Mississippians are obese and on welfare? Cause the government pays them!!! To be that way... These people need to Get a stinking life and a taste of some real world.
Since: Nov 10
#2 Sep 28, 2012
I think you said it pretty good - I saw on the news that in 20 years 66% of Miss will be over weight, guess that means no one here is starving. It is sad that working people are becoming the minority - our State and Federal gov should start checking in on those receiving money and food stamps, fraud needs to be stopped.
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