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Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson to Indianapolis, Indiana, for discussions [with Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, other state officials, HUD Office of Inspector General staff, and prosecutors concerning] completion of landlord, tenant fraud cases in the state [Operation Clean Sweep]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson to Indianapolis, Indiana, for discussions [with Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, other state officials, HUD Office of Inspector General staff, and prosecutors concerning] completion of landlord, tenant fraud cases in the state [Operation Clean Sweep]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson to Indianapolis, Indiana, for discussions [with Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, other state officials, HUD Office of Inspector General staff, and prosecutors concerning] completion of landlord, tenant fraud cases in the state [Operation Clean Sweep]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson to Indianapolis, Indiana, for discussions [with Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, other state officials, HUD Office of Inspector General staff, and prosecutors concerning] completion of landlord, tenant fraud cases in the state [Operation Clean Sweep]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson to Indianapolis, Indiana, for discussions [with Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, other state officials, HUD Office of Inspector General staff, and prosecutors concerning] completion of landlord, tenant fraud cases in the state [Operation Clean Sweep]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson to Indianapolis, Indiana, for discussions [with Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, other state officials, HUD Office of Inspector General staff, and prosecutors concerning] completion of landlord, tenant fraud cases in the state [Operation Clean Sweep]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson to Indianapolis, Indiana, for discussions [with Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, other state officials, HUD Office of Inspector General staff, and prosecutors concerning] completion of landlord, tenant fraud cases in the state [Operation Clean Sweep]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson to Indianapolis, Indiana, for discussions [with Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, other state officials, HUD Office of Inspector General staff, and prosecutors concerning] completion of landlord, tenant fraud cases in the state [Operation Clean Sweep]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson to Indianapolis, Indiana, for discussions [with Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, other state officials, HUD Office of Inspector General staff, and prosecutors concerning] completion of landlord, tenant fraud cases in the state [Operation Clean Sweep]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson to Indianapolis, Indiana, for discussions [with Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, other state officials, HUD Office of Inspector General staff, and prosecutors concerning] completion of landlord, tenant fraud cases in the state [Operation Clean Sweep]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson to Indianapolis, Indiana, for discussions [with Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, other state officials, HUD Office of Inspector General staff, and prosecutors concerning] completion of landlord, tenant fraud cases in the state [Operation Clean Sweep]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson to Indianapolis, Indiana, for discussions [with Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, other state officials, HUD Office of Inspector General staff, and prosecutors concerning] completion of landlord, tenant fraud cases in the state [Operation Clean Sweep]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson to Indianapolis, Indiana, for discussions [with Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, other state officials, HUD Office of Inspector General staff, and prosecutors concerning] completion of landlord, tenant fraud cases in the state [Operation Clean Sweep]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson to Indianapolis, Indiana, for discussions [with Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, other state officials, HUD Office of Inspector General staff, and prosecutors concerning] completion of landlord, tenant fraud cases in the state [Operation Clean Sweep]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson to Indianapolis, Indiana, for discussions [with Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, other state officials, HUD Office of Inspector General staff, and prosecutors concerning] completion of landlord, tenant fraud cases in the state [Operation Clean Sweep]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson to Indianapolis, Indiana, for discussions [with Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, other state officials, HUD Office of Inspector General staff, and prosecutors concerning] completion of landlord, tenant fraud cases in the state [Operation Clean Sweep]

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