Originally posted on CBS New York:
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Superstorm Sandy victims had their sights Saturday on Washington, D.C., hoping to avoid political gridlock as they work to get the money needed to recover from the storm.
As CBS 2’s Amy Dardashtian reported, President Barack Obama is asking for more than $60 billion to be earmarked for the Tri-State Area, but the final decision has to come from Congress. That prospect has storm victims worried.
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