"A Ticking Time Bomb"
The still-ongoing recovery process, not just for Sandy, but for Joplin, Katrina and other recoveries, will be affected by the sequester.
The sequester will slow down the Sandy recovery process, already expected to take years to complete. Slowing the process will impose an "anti-stimulus" on people struggling to come back from these disasters.
If the sequester doesn't get resolved, FEMA, a relatively small agency -- only a couple of thousand people -- may have to pull workers out of New York and New Jersey.
In the sequester's aftermath, FEMA officials predict a mad scramble for money at the state level.
The article from the Washington Post.
Posted by Kip at 7:58 PM