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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Mark C. Merritt
"Six years [to remove all the trailers] sounds like a lot, but with the average catastrophic disaster, it takes six to 10 years to get a lot of things done," he said.
Mark C. Merritt, the president of Witt Associates, a disaster consultant firm working with Louisiana officials, said the FEMA trailers were used on the Gulf Coast out of necessity because so many houses were flooded.