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HOUmanitarian 9h
Did you get a group flood insurance policy after ? Those policies are expiring October 24th! Make sure you buy your own flood coverage to qualify for disaster assistance in the future!
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Dawn White 2h
Happy ! What are you and your pets doing tonight? Houston the is sleeping with his paw on my foot as we watch college , & then I wake up at 5 a.m. to report for .
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SAGE Health & Nursing Sep 18
New study highlights sociodemographic disparities in physical and mental health outcomes among affected populations after and offers strategies to better address health needs of various sociodemographic groups during future adverse
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Dawn White Sep 17
News producer Mr. Houston the is sleeping on the job this morning! He says he talked to his union about getting more dog treats for his service.
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Dawn White Sep 16
Good morning from sleepy Houston the ! What are you and your pets doing today?
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World News Network Sep 15
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Jennifer Marlon Sep 17
ICYMI, a fascinating read about changing environmental policy & how that's playing out on the ground after : A Climate Plan in Texas Focuses on Minorities. Not Everyone Likes It.
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Rachel McLawhon Sep 17
I watched your story tonight and cried the whole time. I get it. I just want you to know I get it. We evacuated our home in after dams released on our home w our then 2 year old and 4 month old. I resonate with your words. God can rebuild!
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Jay Queue 11h
The track for kind of reminds me of
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Laura RG 18h
Is anyone else looking at this and having flashbacks?
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ismokeit Sep 15
stay safe and stoned
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Shannon O'Donnell Sep 15
Moving at TWO miles per hour. TWO. When it comes to hurricanes and devastating flooding, beware the tortoise over the hare.
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HoustonforJoe Sep 16
Sounds a LOT like . So sorry for the flooding in Alabama and Pensacola. Thinking about our friends on the Emerald Coast. Please, , move on!
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UCS Climate Campaign Sep 15
Replying to @ClimateUCS
2) moved at 5mph and caused catastrophic flooding in 2017, killing 68 people and costing $125 billion in damages. is moving at about 2mph. Slow moving hurricanes have been linked to global warming.
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Tenesha Wells Sep 16
Reflections: Hurricane Edition 💕 Memories from Harvey “HoustonStrong” we are Lowe’s Strong!
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Endeavors® Sep 16
Looking back on our success helping survivors recovery from and , our hearts are full.
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Sip Sep 12
Look at this stupid low life 🚓 instead of telling the Guy thank you! He said, we don’t need your help.
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DisasterPhilanthropy Sep 11
Over $11.9 billion in philanthropic funding has been awarded for . This far exceeds funding for other recent disasters, like , and dwarfs funding for the last major epidemic, the 2014 Ebola outbreak.
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ShaFilms Sep 17
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Lexi Martinez Sep 14
25% capacity is roughly 4,200 people - all indoors. Joel Osteen and Lakewood Church could care less if you get sick, so long as he gets his money. Remember
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