What’s worse than being a storm victim housed in a formaldehyde-soaked trailer that makes you sick? How about getting kicked out of said dwelling? FEMA has announced an accelerated schedule for moving 3,700 families out of trailers set up to house Hurricane Katrina refugees, pledging to be “with them every step of the way” as they seek permanent housing. But advocates are concerned that the government is essentially making people homeless; said a lawyer with the Loyola University Law Clinic, “Booting people out of their one safe place is kicking people when they are down.”