Club for Growth urged ‘no’ vote on $9.7 billion Sandy bill

The Club for Growth urged members of the U.S. House to vote against the $9.7 billion Sandy flood insurance bill.

Here’s the organization’s argument:

“Congress should not allow the federal government to be involved in the flood insurance industry in the first place, let alone expand the national flood insurance program’s authority.

“As we have said in a previous key vote alert, the proper way to address disaster relief is to release the funds in installments to make sure the resources are spent wisely. They should also strip out all immaterial line items, and fully offset all expenditures with spending cuts elsewhere. Serious reform would also include a way for the states to take over the responsibility for future disaster relief funding so that accountability is more localized.

“Our Congressional Scorecard for the 113th Congress provides a comprehensive rating of how well or how poorly each member of Congress supports pro-growth, free-market policies and will be distributed to our members and to the public.”

About Ed Mahon

County government and politics reporter at York Daily Record/Sunday News.
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