President Barack Obama marked the fourth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina today by saying he will return to New Orleans later this year.
In his weekly address, The President pledged to make sure that turf wars and red tape don’t slow the pace of the continuing recovery.
The administration’s disaster relief chief, Craig Fugate, has been credited for breaking through the gridlock. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal praised the administration’s recovery efforts and said he has a lot of respect for Fugate and his team. The Republican Governor said, “There is a sense of momentum and a desire to get things done.”
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