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25 Most Haunting Photos from Hurricane Katrina - My Modern Metropolis:



The 112th Congress failed to pass a reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). VAWA, the nation’s response to intimate partner and sexual violence, has transformed the country’s response to these issues from a “private matter” to a recognized public health and social issue. VAWA has dramatically reduced intimate partner violence: the Department of Justice estimates the reduction at 64% from 1993 to 2010. VAWA has historically been passed by both Houses with full, bipartisan support and, even acknowledging the 112th Congress as the least productive Congress since the 1940’s, the failure to pass VAWA is unprecedented.

The problem is, of course, the resistance by some House members to include the needs of Tribal, immigrant and LGBTQ survivors of violence. Despite tremendous progress in the Senate, which passed a bipartisan bill that explicitly addressed the needs of these communities this past Spring, the House has refused to include all survivors of violence in their version of the reauthorization bill. Ultimately, an agreement could not be reached by the 112th Congress. 

Read more: http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/civil-rights/275619-new-congress-should-focus-on-passing-vawa#ixzz2H7PBU78M


Pre and After Sandy And Pre and After Katrina

Hurricane-Sandy PHOTOS

Katrina Deaths By Name: At least 1,833 people died in the hurricane and subsequent floods

August 28, 2005 total property damage was estimated at $81 billion (2005 USD)Two weeks after the storm, more than half of the states were involved in providing shelter for evacuees. By four weeks after the storm, evacuees had been registered in all 50 states and in 18,700 zip codes—half of the nation's residential postal zones. Most evacuees had stayed within 250 miles (400 km), but 240,000 households went to Houston and other cities over 250 miles (400 km) away and another 60,000 households went over 750 miles (1,200 km) away.[114] Early in September, Congress authorized a total of $62.3 billion in aid for victims.



Sandy DEATHS
Sandy killed at least 125 people in the United States. That includes 60 in New York — 48 of them in New York City — 34 in New Jersey and 16 in Pennsylvania. 

A month after Superstorm Sandy, death toll is at 125 in US; damage estimated at $62B



Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/11/29/month-after-superstorm-sandy-death-toll-is-at-125-in-us-damage-estimated-at-62b/#ixzz2H7uCHRoO


Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/11/29/month-after-superstorm-sandy-death-toll-is-at-125-in-us-damage-estimated-at-62b/#ixzz2H7snGfje




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Home before Katrina



Same Home After Katrina





Man Struggles with Sandy






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After Katrina


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