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| July 18, 2018

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FEMA to the Rescue After Sandy — But Will Agency Need Saving Too? -

Federal Emergency Management Agency says it has $ 3.6 billion on hand to pay for damage caused by super storm Sandy, like in Brick, N.J., above, but additional funding may require action from Congress — and the government is already running a trillion-dollar deficit.

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