Kojo and Tom Sherwood chat with D.C Council Chairman Phil Mendelson and Fairfax County Supervisor John Cook.
It’s easy to critique D.C.’s response to the winter storm: Just look to your street and see if it’s plowed. What’s less easy is grading ourselves and our preparation for the weather. Did we get enough food? Did we buy a shovel in time? Did we help our neighbors? Kojo evaluates not only our government’s response to the extreme weather –but our own.
- David Alpert Founder, Editor-in-Chief, "Greater Greater Washington"
- Petula Dvorak Columnist, The Washington Post
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