Robert Doggett

Staff attorney with Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid

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Staff attorney with Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid and one of four main lawyers involved in ACORN v FEMA

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After Katrina, President Bush said, "We will do what it takes" to make "this great city...  rise again."  The  Army Corps of Engineers  promised to rebuild a safer New Orleans.  Today,…

Public Housing and FEMA Vouchers in the 'New' New Orleans

After Katrina, President Bush said, "We will do what it takes" to make "this great city...  rise again."  The Army Corps of Engineers promised to rebuild a safer New Orleans.  Today,…

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