Politics prevent relief for victims of Hurricane Sandy


Published on Jan 15, 2013

On Tuesday, the US House of Representatives is scheduled to vote on legislation that will provide relief to the victims of Superstorm Sandy, which destroyed much of the East Coast. The bill will provide $50 billion to restore the area, but it seems that lawmakers can’t agree on the much needed legislation. Michael Brooks, a producer with The Majority Report, gives us his take.

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