New Orleans still in crisis

The New York Times had an excellent article today on the current state of New Orleans 100 days after Katrina struck. The conclusion:

In effect, New Orleans remains in a state of emergency more than three months after it was officially declared. While some people - particularly those with their own transportation and children in private schools - have been able to start remaking their homes and lives, most everyone else remains in a holding pattern.

For details on what has happened post-Katrina go to the NYT

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