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Topic - Christina Stephens
At least 13,000 homes in Louisiana were damaged by Hurricane Isaac, state emergency officials said Tuesday.
In some areas, she said, flooding has limited where damage assessment teams can go.
The numbers could rise after the Federal Emergency Management Agency finishes its house-by-house inspections in the hardest-hit parishes, Ms. Stephens said.