Four months after Harvey hit Texas, just two homes repaired under GLO program

What’s the problem with the Texas General Land Office helping rebuild homes after Hurricane Harvey?

As he ramps up his re-election campaign, Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush is taking hits over his handling of housing-relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.

Four months after Harvey flooded out tens of thousands of homes in Houston and the Coastal Bend, work has been completed on just two residences under a program called Direct Assistance for Limited Home Repair (DALHR).

And no homes have been repaired through another program, Partial Repair and Essential Power for Sheltering (PREPS).

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