With superstorm Sandy in the rearview mirror, the issue of disaster funding is on the forefront of people's minds.
Obama paid a visit to the battered New Jersey shore on Wednesday, and promised
that the federal government will be there for the long haul to help New Jersey
in its recovery efforts.
In the past, some Republicans, including GOP presidential
candidate Mitt Romney, have suggested that federal disaster funding should be
handled by the states, and not the Federal Government.
FOX 7's Mike Warren spoke live Wednesday night with
political analysts Harold Cook and Rob Johnson to talk about the Republican
comments on disaster funding.
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