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Last residents meeting for relief grant

In less than two months, Springfield residents will find out exactly how the city will spend nearly $22 million it received in disaster relief grants. Full story

Will Oklahoma tornadoes have policial implications?

   Angela Rye from Impact Strategies, syndicated columnist Bob Franken, and Matt Welch, editor-in-chief of Reason magazine, join MSNBC’s Craig Melvin to talk about the recovery efforts in Moore, OK, Memorial Day and the week ahead in politics.

The Company Memo: Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Chris Jansing reports live from Moore, Oklahoma, where clean-up efforts are beginning -- alongside the debate over federal funding for disaster relief. Full story

First Read Minute: Disaster relief politics lurks in tragedy’s shadow

   NBC’s Mark Murray and Domenico Montanaro look at the politics of disaster relief that already an Oklahoma senator is calling for after the tornado.

Federal disaster responses must be 'swift, compassionate, and thorough'

   Chris Hayes talks to Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y., and Steve Ellis of Taxpayers For Common Sense about expected the federal disaster response to the Oklahoma tornado disaster.

How children cope with the trauma of the Oklahoma tornado

   Irwin Redlener, a pediatrician and director of the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia University, joins Martin Bashir discusses the challenges of making children, like those in Oklahoma, feel safe again.

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  Six-months after Sandy billions spent on disaster relief

Chris Christie said today that the President "kept every promise he made" on relief for Superstorm Sandy. But six months after Sandy, there's a big question we need to ask about how keep our promises to the next storm's victims. Chris Hayes explains.

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