When disaster strikes states, governors can make a big difference
Tornadoes, floods and fires recently struck full force around the country, and terrorism continues to be a threat, despite a weakened al-Qaida. What's a governor to do? During emergencies, state leaders should aim to be transparent, on scene and know their local counterparts ahead of disasters, a panel of former governors concluded Thursday at the ...
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#1 Jul 16, 2011
"We cannot lose. They can torture my body, break my bones, even kill me. Then, they will have my dead body. Not my obedience."
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