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Late last year, Governor Gavin Newsom signed a package of fire bills that included another $1 billion for preparedness and emergency response.
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I learned a lot about disaster preparedness when I went to help out in Louisiana.
So I think if anything, we need to have some preparedness for more of these local outbreaks—to be very much on our toes and to be able to handle them quickly.
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Yet, despite the predictable nature of this crisis, spending for pandemic preparedness has fallen nearly 50% since 2003 to a little under $1 billion a year, compared to a $676 billion defense budget.
Such a collection of reproduced missives betokened the carefulness and preparedness of the possessor.
Among the Moros, as in Granada, “Love laughs with a grip on the knife,” and preparedness is as essential as good government.
But preparedness and capacity call for more consideration, however brief.
Thus such preparedness actually prevented any chance for even discussion of a peaceful settlement.
Belgium to-day is an illustration of what may be expected from lack of adequate preparedness.

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