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Tornados? Death? Destruction? Who Cares? Kasich Refuses FEMA Funding.

Cell phone footage of tornado damage to Moscow, Ohio, March 2, 2012. Despite the Republicans' continual insistance that climate change isn't a real phenomenon, the tornado season started a full month earlier than most years in the Midwest. To date, there have been 46 confirmed deaths. Wide swaths of the Midwest have been destroyed, leaving American people to pick up the battered pieces of their lives and rebuild.
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