CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa – The Federal Emergency Management Agency is asking thousands of Americans who were victims of natural disasters to return more than $22 million in government aid, acknowledging it mistakenly made payments to many people who were ineligible.
FEMA is required by law to recover improperly spent money, but many of the people who were helped spent the cash years ago. And they don't want to be financially punished because of the agency's errors.
Documents obtained by The Associated Press show that FEMA is seeking payments from more than 5,500 people who were affected by 129 separate disasters since 2005, including floods, tornados, hurricanes and other calamities from Arkansas to American Samoa.
FEMA is still reviewing records, and more repayment requests could go out soon, including to victims of Hurricane Katrina.
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