Boats along with sections of dock are scattered in the marsh, some sitting on the bottom, after Hurricane Irma on Tuesday, September 12, 2017, at St. Marys on the Georgia coast. Curtis Comptonfirstname.lastname@example.org
Gov. Nathan Deal pledged that the state won’t “over-ask” the federal government for aid to help pay for recovery efforts from the remnants of Hurricane Irma that slammed into Georgia this week.
In an interview Wednesday on Georgia Public Broadcasting’s “Political Rewind,” he said he hoped that partisanship takes a “very distant second seat” as federal lawmakers weigh aid packages to the state. But he added that lawmakers won’t …read more
Source:: AJC Politics