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Judge Extends FEMA Housing Program For Evacuees Of Hurricanes Maria And Irma

The agency was ordered to continue payments for Puerto Rico disaster survivors living in hotels after their homes were destroyed nearly 11 months ago. The extension expires on Aug. 31.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency was ordered to once again extend a housing program for survivors of Hurricanes Maria and Irma, whose homes in Puerto Rico were destroyed and are now living in U.S. and Puerto Rico hotels.

Federal Judge Timothy Hillman in Massachusetts issued a ruling on Wednesday adding several weeks to the now set

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