Kathy Stewart, of Enfield, Ill., looks at a blighted home as the tour bus she is riding in passes through the Upper 9th Ward in New Orleans, Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012. Residents and the City of New Orleans may be pushing back against tour companies ushering out-of-towners into to the Lower 9th Ward, the neighborhood made famous when floodwalls and levees failed in 2005, pushing homes off their foundations and stranding residents on rooftops. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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Kathy Stewart, of Enfield, Ill., looks at a blighted home as the tour bus she is riding in passes through the Upper 9th Ward in New Orleans, Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012. Residents and the City of New Orleans may be pushing back against tour companies ushering out-of-towners into to the Lower 9th Ward, the neighborhood made famous when floodwalls and levees failed in 2005, pushing homes off their foundations and stranding residents on rooftops. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
Kathy Stewart, of Enfield, Ill., looks at a blighted home as the tour bus she is riding in passes through the Upper 9th Ward in New Orleans, Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012. Residents and the City of New Orleans may be pushing back against tour companies ushering out-of-towners into to the Lower 9th Ward, the neighborhood made famous when floodwalls and levees failed in 2005, pushing homes off their foundations and stranding residents on rooftops. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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