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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Tina Harris
"They should have done it earlier," State Department employee Tina Harris, 36, said as she snaked toward the front of the line in her minivan early Saturday afternoon following a wait of about an hour and a half. "And they should have had bathrooms out here."
At the same time, Ms. Harris, who lives in Northeast, which is not as vulnerable to flooding, said it was unrealistic for the District to prepare adequately for a hurricane.