Climate change leaves flood maps outdated, FEMA says
“[W]e have to start thinking about what the threats are going to be in the future as a result of climate change, so they can put the mitigation measures in place.”
The White House pushed FEMA to give its biggest coronavirus contract...
The Trump administration has rushed through more than $760 million in contracts outside the usual bidding process during its haphazard coronavirus response. It’s highly unusual for the White House to step into FEMA’s supply bidding process.
Sens. Sanders and Warren call for investigation into FEMA waste and...
“We remain very concerned by reports that FEMA has awarded multi-million dollar contracts for hurricane-related aid to multiple unqualified companies.”
Recent disasters reveal racial discrimination in FEMA aid process
But if the FEMA response to recent disasters is any indication, storm victims could face barriers in securing federal aid – especially if they're not white.
Progressive Briefing for Monday, September 17
U.S. Border Patrol supervisor confesses to executing four women, FEMA blames hurricane deaths on spousal abuse, Kavanaugh accused of assault, and more.
Progressive Briefing for Friday, September 14
15 groups account for nearly all dark money, Trump claim Democrats rigged hurricane death toll, Bezos commits fraction of $163B fortune to help homeless, and more.
Progressive Briefing for Thursday, September 13
Democratic lawmakers demand answers from FEMA , Trump cuts FEMA budget to pay for ICE, Midwest abandons Trump, and more.
22 Democratic lawmakers demand answers from FEMA and HHS on updated...
Twenty-two legislators recently demanded answers regarding Hurricane Maria’s updated fatality count, which is nearly 50 times higher than previous official estimates.
‘Climate change’ removed from FEMA’s strategic plan
"Scientific evidence indicates that the climate is changing and significant economic, social, and environmental consequences can be expected as a result."
FEMA to shut off aid to Puerto Rico with municipalities still...
A third of Puerto Rico residents are still without electricity and lack access to potable water four months after the Category 4 hurricane hit.
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