Peter Kovacs

Managing Editor, Times Picayune

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Managing Editor of the Times Picayune newspaper in New Orleans, Louisiana

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Just four years ago, Hurricane Katrina cut off electricity to New Orleans' Memorial Medical Center. Emergency generators failed.

Hurricane Katrina and Medical Choice in Extreme Emergencies

Just four years ago, Hurricane Katrina cut off electricity to New Orleans' Memorial Medical Center. Emergency generators failed.

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Just four years ago, Hurricane Katrina cut off electricity to New Orleans' Memorial Medical Center.  Emergency generators failed.

Hurricane Katrina and Medical Choice in Extreme Emergencies

Just four years ago, Hurricane Katrina cut off electricity to New Orleans' Memorial Medical Center.  Emergency generators failed.

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