To: Sen. Roy Blunt (MO-1), The United States House of Representatives, and The United States Senate

Support Grants for Storm Shelters in Tornado Alley

Support Grants for Storm Shelters in Tornado Alley.

Why is this important?

Storm shelters provide a high level of protection from tornados but they can be expensive to build. Currently in the United States, FEMA offers grants after tornados have devastated communities but residents need to be able to protect themselves before disaster strikes. The USDA offers low-interest loans but the last thing that someone can afford to do after they've lost everything that they own is to take out a loan. I'm calling on Congress to provide grants for homeowners to install storm shelters in states impacted by tornados through Community Development Block Grants.

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