Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee 4-24-16Dr. Laura Murillo (President and CEO, Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce) talks with Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee (House of Representatives, Texas 18th District) about the recent flooding and various relief programs being offered to victims of flood damage.
Senator Paul Bettencourt 4-24-16Dr. Laura Murillo (President and CEO, Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce) talks with Senator Paul Bettencourt (Texas State Senator, District 7) about the recent flood in Houston. They get into the various damages reported and what relief programs are available.
Small Business Administration 7-26-15Laura Reynolds talks with Sirdon Navarro from the Small Business Administration about assistance they’re offering to victims of the flood on Memorial Day. They get into who qualifies, as well as go over the process of taking advantage of the services the SBA offers.
FEMA 7-19-15Laura Reynolds talks with FEMA Public Information Officer Cherie Brown about FEMA’s mission in the Houston area. They discuss the process of getting help from FEMA in dealing with your flood damage, and who may be covered. Apply today at disasterassistance.gov and find out how FEMA can help you.
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