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In Harvey's Wake

Study says to fix Harvey-related housing damage, Houston needs $2 billion more in federal funds

Using new methodology that includes flood maps and hydraulic modeling, scientists and flood engineers worked with the city to find out which parts of Houston are still struggling post-Harvey, and what it'll take to help residents recover.

Debris from Hurricane Harvey is piled high at the Pines Condominiums near the Buffalo Bayou in the Memorial area of Houston on Sept. 13, 2017.

In Harvey's Wake

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