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Overland Park, Kan. , Jan. 10, 2012 -- Laura McClure, Acting Chief Disaster National Security Offices, of the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D. C. , speaks about housing issues related to disaster recovery during a breakout session at the National Disaster Recovery Framework event at the University of Kansas, Edwards Campus. The event was hosted by FEMA Region VII. Similar events are being hosted by other regional offices across the country.

Overland Park, Kan. , Jan. 10, 2012 -- Laura McClure, Acting Chief Dis...

The original database describes this as: Title: National Disaster Recovery Framework Event in Region VII Production Date: 01/10/2012 Caption: Overland Park, Kan. , Jan. 10, 2012 -- Laura McClure, Acting Chie... more

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