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Close to three months after the Texas wildfires were declared major disasters, assistance to survivors has topped $32 million. 

“Our primary goals have been to ensure wildfire survivors are safe and secure, and that they get the assistance they need to begin rebuilding their lives,” says Federal Coordinating Officer Kevin Hannes of Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). “Our assistance has averaged $10 million a month since the declaration, and that’s making a difference.”

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