The Federal Emergency Management Agency has responded to a record number of billion-dollar weather-related disasters so far in 2023. And in recent years, FEMA has been called on for duties beyond extreme weather events, from COVID vaccine distribution to helping settle refugees. Former FEMA administrator Craig Fugate joins John Yang to discuss the future of disaster management.
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