Sandy victims attend Stop FEMA rally in Babylon

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At one of many Stop FEMA rallies scheduled across the country Saturday, several dozen frustrated superstorm Sandy survivors from Long Island's South Shore communities gathered outside Babylon Town Hall.

People gather on the steps of Babylon Town
(Credit: Ed Betz)

People gather on the steps of Babylon Town Hall for a rally in support of National Stop FEMA Day. (Sept. 28, 2013)

People gather on the steps of Babylon Town
(Credit: Ed Betz)

People gather on the steps of Babylon Town Hall for a rally in support of National Stop FEMA Day. (Sept. 28, 2013)

People gather on the steps of Babylon Town
(Credit: Ed Betz)

People gather on the steps of Babylon Town Hall for a rally in support of National Stop FEMA Day. (Sept. 28, 2013)

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Babylon town supervisor Rich Schaffer speaks at Babylon
(Credit: Ed Betz)

Babylon town supervisor Rich Schaffer speaks at Babylon Town Hall during a rally in support of National Stop FEMA Day. (Sept. 28, 2013)

People gather on the steps of Babylon Town
(Credit: Ed Betz)

People gather on the steps of Babylon Town Hall for a rally in support of National Stop FEMA Day. (Sept. 28, 2013)

People gather in front of Babylon Town hall
(Credit: Ed Betz)

People gather in front of Babylon Town hall for a rally in support of National Stop FEMA Day. South Shore communities are rallying against the increase in flood insurance premiums and are making demands of the national flood insurance program. (Sept. 28, 2013)

South Shore communities rally against the increase in
(Credit: Ed Betz)

South Shore communities rally against the increase in flood insurance premiums and are making demands of the national flood insurance program. (Sept. 28, 2013)

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