LA Times Sat (July 21, 2007 on page A24). Some of the Katrina trailers currently being sold by FEMA and the GSA (General Services Administration)
may have excessive levels of formaldehyde, making some of the residents sick. According to the article, however, only a handful have complained about symptoms, though they are going to try to force FEMA to test for formaldehyde before selling any more of them.
PS: Can they disable the talking Corey on the website. I find it irritating. I have to turn off the sound every time I access the website.