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The Community in Hawaii Stepped In Beautifully When the Government Failed to Help People Displaced b

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It's no secret that the government - more specifically - FEMA, often fails to act adequately or quickly enough when disaster strikes. FEMA has been cited in on-the-ground reports to turn community help away when people bring food, citing ridiculous regulations. Yet some of the food they provided after Hurricane Matthew was allegedly mal-nourishing and didn't meet basic calorie requirements. To make matters worse, a year after the hurricane, the crumbling infrastructure still needed repair and families still needed help - yet FEMA froze the Matthew fund, to send those monies to other, more pressing hurricane relief efforts.

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