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Secretary Shaun Donovan visiting Alabama [to view damage, recovery efforts in the wake of the Tuscaloosa-Birmingham] tornado. [Among officials accompanying Secretary Donovan on tour of Tuscaloosa's Rosedale Courts public housing complex and other damage sites were Alabama Senator Richard Shelby, Alabama Congresswoman Terri Sewell, Tuscaloosa Mayor Walter Maddox, HUD Alabama Director Jim Bayard, and Federation of Southern Cooperatives Executive Director Ralph Paige.]

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Secretary Shaun Donovan visiting Alabama [to view damage, recovery efforts in the wake of the Tuscaloosa-Birmingham] tornado. [Among officials accompanying Secretary Donovan on tour of Tuscaloosa's Rosedale Courts public housing complex and other damage sites were Alabama Senator Richard Shelby, Alabama Congresswoman Terri Sewell, Tuscaloosa Mayor Walter Maddox, HUD Alabama Director Jim Bayard, and Federation of Southern Cooperatives Executive Director Ralph Paige.]

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Secretary Shaun Donovan visiting Alabama [to view damage, recovery efforts in the wake of the Tuscaloosa-Birmingham] tornado. [Among officials accompanying Secretary Donovan on tour of Tuscaloosa's Rosedale Courts public housing complex and other damage sites were Alabama Senator Richard Shelby, Alabama Congresswoman Terri Sewell, Tuscaloosa Mayor Walter Maddox, HUD Alabama Director Jim Bayard, and Federation of Southern Cooperatives Executive Director Ralph Paige.]

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