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Why Rep. Mike Simpson and 57 More Who Voted Yes For Katrina Aid Voted No On Sandy Aid 

Lawmakers voted no on $50.7 billion for Sandy relief after saying yes to $51.8 billion for Katrina aid.

When Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005, Congress passed two relief bills almost unanimously. But when it comes to Hurricane Sandy, some in Congress seem to have had a change of heart. After Katrina, a $51.8 billion relief package passed the House of…

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