Checking Up on Federal Promises on Katrina
One year ago, President Bush made a speech from Jackson Square in New Orleans just after Hurricane Katrina. In it, he made several promises to area residents.
"I propose the creation of worker recovery accounts," the president said, "to help those evacuees who need extra help."
NPR White House correspondent David Greene reviews how the process has worked.
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