President Bush is continuing his effort to undo the political damage from Hurricane Katrina.
He's heading back to the hurricane-ravaged region again Tuesday.
Bush stops first in Gulfport, Mississippi, where he will meet with local officials and business leaders. He then travels to New Orleans where he will visit a business trying to get back on its feet.
Later this week, the president heads to Alabama, Texas and Arkansas to thank people for helping evacuees.
As he travels, congressional conservatives continue to look for answers as to how the administration will pay for the rebuilding.
They want the president to find offsets in the budget to defray the massive cost of reconstruction.