Mitt Romney's Terrifying Plans for FEMA and Disaster Relief

If Hurricane Sandy was bearing down under a Romney-Ryan presidency, the scale of federal help would be radically different.

the Ryan budget plan would impede “FEMA's ability to respond quickly and effectively to natural disasters.” How, exactly? According to the non-partisan Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, the Ryan budget means that “the costs for things like emergency management would have to be passed on to the states—which, with just a few exceptions, are currently in an even tighter financial bind than Washington.” Full Story »

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