Trump OKs aid for fires; more than 1 million Californians have voted

I am Winston Gieseke, philanthropy and particular sections editor for The Desert Solar in Palm Springs, wrapping up one other week in our lovely state of California. Listed below are a few of at this time’s headlines.

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President denies, then approves federal funding forfires

Holy change of coronary heart, Batman! After at first saying it would not pay up,the Trump administration on Friday afternoonauthorized federal help for California wildfires.

The White Home had initially mentioned California’s request for a presidential main catastrophe declaration was rejected as a result of it was “not supported by the related information.”

On Friday afternoon, nevertheless, Rep. Tom McClintock (R-Sacramento) tweeted that President Donald Trump had reversed the sooner FEMA determination, although he didn’t share the reasoning behind the reversal. However letters asking for a reconsideration despatched by Assemblyman Jim Patterson (R-Fresno) and State Sen.Andreas Borgeas (R-Fresno) m could have helped change the president’s thoughts.

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