Saturday, September 17, 2005

News update

Bush has promised no new taxes, sighting that Hurrican Katrina reconstruction will cost $2oo billion dollars or more. Instead other government spending will be cut, however, no one knows what will be cut from the government budget.

Scientents have tested the water in New Orleans and tests have shown diesel and fuel oil make up tenth in the water. However, some signs of normal life has taken shape as oyster beds have reopened. The State Health Department reopened some of the oyster beds southwest of New Orleans.

It will cost $2.26 billion in Louisiana's roads and bridges since Hurricane Katrina left the region. The state estimate $1.5 billion for the federal highway program and the price may rise when more evaluatiuon is done.

Hopefully by tomorrow I'll find information on Energy costs


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