(13WHAM-TV) - Critics are questioning the proposed $60-billion emergency aid package put together for victims of Superstorm Sandy.
The Obama administration's plan allocates:
$23 million to plant trees to reduce future flood effects,
$2 million for roof damage at the Smithsonian, (that happened before the storm)
$4 million to replace vehicles and office supplies at the FBI
$13 billion to prepare for future storms.
Senator Chuck Schumer said it doesn't make sense to rebuild from the storm and not protect what's there from future storms.