Dayton appeals: Governor interested in FEMA split decision
Gov. Mark Dayton says he wants to look into a difference of opinion within the federal agency that rejected Minnesota's request for individual and business flood recovery aid.
Dayton said Thursday that he understands the Chicago Federal Emergency Management Agency office recommended that Minnesota get individual relief for those affected by June northeastern Minnesota floods, but FEMA headquarters in Washington rejected the application, likely out of budget concerns.
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