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Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

Some state lawmakers say the phrase “home for the holidays” is in complete contrast to the situation Coastal Bend residents are faced with this season, as they continue to deal with the effects of Hurricane Harvey.  



David Martin Davies / Texas Public Radio

Three months after the Hurricane Harvey made landfall, the Texas Coastal Bend is still far from back to normal. The Category 4 storm delivered winds of 130 miles-per-hour that battered Aransas County communities, and many residents there are still without housing.

David Martin Davies / Texas Public Radio

Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas coast on Aug. 25 and became the state’s most costly storm on record, causing almost $200 billion in damage. Houston bore the brunt of it and has received the most attention. But many frustrated residents of Aransas County say more help is needed.