Either purposely or inadvertently, they were abusing the system.

There do have to be end dates, and it is actually helpful to folks to move on in their recovery process. ... FEMA is not putting anyone out [of a hotel]. FEMA is simply ending the subsidy.

This is just about the billing of the room. It will no longer be billed to FEMA.

The emergency sheltering program cannot and will not continue indefinitely.

We're taking it on a case-by-case basis. We'll continue to extend the time for those who really need it.

Emergency sheltering has to come to an end at some point.

The code expiration is not the equivalent to an eviction, just the billing of the room.

Folks are trying to move on with their lives after a catastrophic disaster, and some are having more difficulty than others in doing that.