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Here’s a video of U.S. Rep. Jim Himes’ speech on the House floor Wednesday morning condemning the House’s Republican leadership for refusing to bring the Superstorm Sandy relief bill to the floor for a vote.
Superstorm Sandy kept Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy busy. But you might not know it from the national media coverage. A new survey released today found that Connecticut got only a fraction of the national attention paid to its larger neighbors, New York and New Jersey. And the state’s Democratic governor got only a tiny fraction Read More
In the ‘In Praise of Price Gouging’ newsletter, Paul argues that price gouging is “normal market response of rising prices in the wake of a natural disaster.”
Just like the Giants/Steelers game, the elections must go on despite the destruction caused by SuperStorm Sandy, decided New York and New Jersey pols this past week. And they had few ideas about how to make that happen.
The news may have turned to Election Day, but at schools in coastal Greenwich, hit hard with flooding and fire, people haven’t forgotten about Hurricane Sandy. The Riverside School PTA is collecting donations of blankets, toiletries and other items to distribute to those who lost their homes in New York. Pictured is a donation site Read More
The former director of Federal Emergency Management Agency, Michael Brown, has stepped forward on Monday to criticize President Obama’s handling of the current natural disaster.
John Kartch, spokesman for Americans for Tax Reform: “We’re circulating no such flyer. ATR sent out a mail piece opposing President Obama’s policies using a storm analogy way back in September. Sounds like someone is being dishonest.”
On the day after Hurricane Sandy smashed into the mid-Atlantic states, the presidential campaign was on hold.
Hurricane Sandy prompts Obama, Romney to cancel campaign appearances; Biden, Bill Clinton pick up the slack
Hurricane Sandy has grounded President Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, but it hasn’t completely shut down the 2012 election campaign. While the president canceled scheduled events in Wisconsin and Florida, Vice President Joe Biden and former President Bill Clinton are continuing to appear at events outside of the hurricane zone. The Obama campaign [...]