In 2017, Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and their neighbors, leaving thousands dead, hundreds of thousands of homes damaged, and billions in economic losses. Efforts to recover and bolster their resilience to future storms are still underway, having been impeded by the slow disbursement of aid. Join BPC for a discussion on the status of recovery efforts in Puerto Rico and USVI, the lessons that have been learned, and the unfinished business of improving federal disaster assistance programs.
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