As trailers are delivered to the hurricane homeless, another option is drawing attention. They're Katrina cottages, sturdier and cheaper than trailers. But law prohibits FEMA from paying for what is considered "permanent" housing. Connie Moran, mayor of Ocean Springs, Miss., talks with Michele Norris.
Law Stands in the Way of Sturdy Katrina Cottages
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