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IOWA CONGRESSMAN STEVE KING SAYS STATE AND FEDERAL RESOURCES SHOULD BE AVAILABLE TO IOWA COMMUNITIES STRICKEN BY FLOODING ALONG THE ROCK AND BIG SIOUX RIVERS AND THEIR TRIBUTARIES.

KING SAYS GOVERNOR TERRY BRANSTAD ACTED QUICKLY TO START THE DISASTER RELIEF PROCESS:


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KING SAYS GOVERNMENT STAFF HAVE BEEN KEEPING CONTACT WITH THE AFFECTED CITIES AND TOWNS TO ASSESS WHAT HELP MAY BE NEEDED:


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KING SAYS ANYONE WITH QUESTIONS ABOUT DISASTER ASSISTANCE SHOULD CONTACT HIS OFFICES IN SIOUX CITY OR SPENCER.

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