Hurricane Ian will cost ‘billions and billions of dollars in losses,’ former FEMA administrator says

Hurricane ian will cost ‘billions and billions of dollars in losses,’ former fema administrator says

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Former FEMA Administrator from 2009-2017 Craig Fugate joins Yahoo Finance Live anchor Akiko Fujita to discuss the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, the extent of the damage, how the storm compares to other hurricanes, and rebuilding efforts as climate change intensifies extreme weather events.

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