Fema paid a newly created Florida company for tarps to help the thousands of people left homeless after Hurricane Maria, but the company couldn’t deliver

After Hurricane Maria damaged tens of thousands of homes in Puerto Rico, a newly created Florida company with an unproven record won more than $30min contracts from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide emergency tarps and plastic sheeting for repairs.

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