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What Texas learned in the wake of Hurricane Harvey
Texas Tribune reporters Kiah Collier and Morgan Smith discuss ... [Full story] As state officials vie for limited federal disaster dollars, housing advocates fear Texans with destroyed homes may fall through a patchwork of government agencies.
Two Tribune reporters who covered Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath discuss the historic storm's financial impact, recovery efforts and what citizens and state officials have learned in the wake of the devastating storm.
by Justin Dehn
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Hurricane Harvey devastated the Texas Coast, dumping more than 50 inches of rain in parts of the Houston areaTexas Tribune reporters Kiah Collier and Morgan Smith discuss what Texans learned in the wake of Harvey, the state's rebuilding efforts, the government's response and what Texas is doing to prepare for future storms.
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