Though she clearly worries that it may be a losing battle, New Orleans homeowner Barbara Dillon -- with her husband Larry at her side -- talks about wanting to "fight to the last" to save the home they have been restoring since Hurricane Katrina. At this time, the Veteran's Administration and Louisiana State University are still planning to tear down the Dillon's home, along with more than 150 others, to build a new hospital complex.
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