Zack Rosenburg: Government lacks disaster recovery strategy

Zack Rosenburg, founder and CEO, SBP

Even when the U.S. coastline dodged what could have been a much worse disaster, 22 people died when Hurricane Matthew brushed by. A decade after Katrina and a century after Galveston, Texas, the United States is still bad at disaster recovery, especially when it comes to housing. That's according to Zack Rosenburg, the founder of non-profit SBP, who started his quest for better disaster planning after helping out in Saint Bernard parish in 2006. He joins the Federal Drive with Tom Temin with more.

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