White House reports lessons from Katrina
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A federal lead is needed in major disasters, and the military role should be larger, according to the review that the president requested.
By NICOLE GAOUETTE
Los Angeles Times (California)
WASHINGTON — The federal government must play a stronger role in dealing with catastrophic disasters, including using the military more, the White House said Thursday in a report ordered by President Bush to study lessons from the Hurricane Katrina response.
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