Should Emergency Disaster Relief Funding Be Offset With Budget Cuts?

  • Emergency Disaster Relief Funding should Be Offset With Budget Cuts.

    Obviously, in the time of a disaster, the government should provide relief for those affected. Nevertheless, it is important to make sure that these relief efforts can be paid for. Budget cuts in the future can guarantee that the government will not go into debt. Governments should be responsible about their spending.

  • No it should not.

    Emergency relief funding is important to keep and keep adding too because that means when a disaster does strike we will be able to properly deal with it as quickly as possible hopeful minimizing on the damage and getting the people who need help to safety as fast as possible.

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