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In “Flood Victims Getting Fed Up With Congress,” a Sept. 25 front-page article in the New York Times, people who lost their homes in Pennsylvania because of recent flooding of the Susquehanna River voiced indignation that emergency aid from the government was being held up by the budget battles raging in Washington. 

The article noted that people “traumatized by the loss of their homes were further disheartened by word that FEMA’s disaster-relief fund was running short of money.”

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