The Washington Times - March 12, 2008, 08:26PM
New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin said March 12 that the presidential candidates have not tackled the remaining economic and human needs of his city in the aftermath of the devastation wreaked by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin had high praise for the private sector and the charitable and volunteer community.\ “The number of volunteers has been mind-boggling \0x2014 the churches and schools that came down to help. That’s the only reason that we are where we are now,” he said.

New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin discusses how far the city has come since Hurricane Katrina, and what is still needed for a complete recovery.

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