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New Orleans Getting Stronger, but Katrina's Problems Linger 5 Years Later

Read the Transcript: http://to.pbs.org/9GOfQ2 A new report from the Brookings Institution in Washington shows New Orleans is well on its way to recovery after Hurricane Katrina struck five years ago. The poverty level is the lowest in 31 years and wages are up 14 percent. Gwen Ifill talks Mayor Mitch Landrieu and Brookings Institution Scholar Amy Liu about the road to recovery and the problems that remain.
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