As Louisiana small businesses try to figure out how to rebuild, they’re also wondering whether it’s worth it

Eli Turnage, 14, center, hands out water to people waiting in line at the Carter's Supermarket in Livingston, La., as flood water starts to subside in the region, Monday, Aug. 15, 2016. The store opened for the first time today since flooding started in the region. (AP Photo/Max Becherer)

(Photo by The Associated Press) In the immediate aftermath of the historic flood of 2016, the Small Business Administration was quick to set up shop in the area, opening business recovery centers an…

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