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A Look At Federal Response To Hurricane Sandy

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BROOKLYN, NY - NOVEMBER 12: Paulina and Michael Michali stop by to check on their damage home in the Seagate community in Brooklyn, NY on November 12, 2012. Seagate, a beachside community along the lower shoreline of Brooklyn which had its share of flooding, some of it from the sewer, along with power outages that persist nearly two weeks after the storm hit. The couple says the damage to their basement was caused by sewage water and has filed a claim with FEMA. (Photo by Linda Davidson / The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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BROOKLYN, NY - NOVEMBER 12: Paulina and Michael Michali stop by to check on their damage home in the Seagate community in Brooklyn, NY on November 12, 2012. Seagate, a beachside community along the lower shoreline of Brooklyn which had its share of flooding, some of it from the sewer, along with power outages that persist nearly two weeks after the storm hit. The couple says the damage to their basement was caused by sewage water and has filed a claim with FEMA. (Photo by Linda Davidson / The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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Paulina and Michael Michali stop by to check on their damage home in... News Photo 1564954772012-11-15 04:01:40.000,Brooklyn - New York,Check,Community,Damaged,Home,Horizontal,Human Interest,Michael Michali,New York City,Paulina,Seagate,Stopping,USAPhotographer Collection: The Washington Post 2012 The Washington PostBROOKLYN, NY - NOVEMBER 12: Paulina and Michael Michali stop by to check on their damage home in the Seagate community in Brooklyn, NY on November 12, 2012. Seagate, a beachside community along the lower shoreline of Brooklyn which had its share of flooding, some of it from the sewer, along with power outages that persist nearly two weeks after the storm hit. The couple says the damage to their basement was caused by sewage water and has filed a claim with FEMA. (Photo by Linda Davidson / The Washington Post via Getty Images)