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Is emergency relief putting libertarians in a foxhole?

If you're a Republican governor who wants Washington off your back, one might assume they wouldn’t seek government funds after a natural disaster. Think again. Michael Linden, Director for Tax and Budget Policy at the Center for American Progress, joins the show with details.