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Six years after Hurricane Harvey, the city of Houston still hasn’t allocated $200 million in relief funds

Both the state and the city of Houston say they want to work together to help pay down the remaining funds.

Workers sort through piles of flooded belongings at an apartment complex near Greens Bayou in the Greenspoint area of  Houston on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017, days after Tropical Storm Harvey dissipated.

∂A public feud over disaster aid 

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