The Government Accountability Office has warned for more than a year that, because of a decade of poor planning by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and current budget stalemates in Congress, the nation would go a year or more without the kind of weather satellites that played a crucial role in tracking Hurricane Sandy.
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