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April 13, 2009 12:00 AM

Tainted drywall shows up in Katrina homes

CHALMETTE, La. — Thomas Stone and his wife rebuilt after their home was flooded by six feet of water during Hurricane Katrina, never dreaming they would face the agony of tearing it apart all over again.

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