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President Bush vows to rebuild what Katrina destroyed using federal land to house Katrina evacuees. It's estimated 350,000 replacement housing units are needed along the Gulf Coast. So far, only a few thousand have been created. So what land is available? And how much? We'll get insight from Bruce Katz, director of the Brookings Institution's Metropolitan Policy Program.
Then, the Gulf Coast reconstruction effort Bush is proposing could cost more than $200 billion. That's on top of the $60 billion Congress has already approved for Hurricane Katrina relief. So where will all the money come from? We'll ask Dani Hughes, CEO of Divine Capital Markets.
And, President Bush says the fed's response to Katrina would have been better if the military was involved from the beginning. The commander-in-chief says cities must have clear plans for responding to disasters, including the ability to move large numbers of people and to provide food, water and security. We'll get reaction from Jed Babbin, former deputy undersecretary of defense under President George H. W. Bush.
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