Suarez, Harvey, Texas discussed on

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Mayor you came from the state legislature in texas you know how has harvey change the conversation greg abbott the governor of texas not particularly inclined to talk about climate change did you just you talk about it in different languages mayor suarez was saying i don't know we talked about it in different languages thank climate change has a way of making things bipartisan mean by that when it when it when we flooded in twenty fifteen that was certain geographical areas that were flooded primarily in your poor areas the tax day flood on april seventeenth at twenty sixteen same about the same and so there were other areas were still hi indra but harvey said let me be indiscriminate and so when harvey came and fifty one inches of rain fail if you were in poor neighborhoods you already on the modules you got pushed down you flooded if you were in the fluent communities you really flat sugarland to from from the north west of the north east side of town you flat it it didn't say you are republican neighborhoods a bad pash it came it came down and so now you have all of these families and all of these neighborhoods that have been adversely affected and they don't want to flood again and then you want the.

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