The Florida National Guard is assuring state residents that even if it is forced to furlough workers, as a result of the mandatory federal cutbacks known as the sequester, its members will still be on the spot to help victims of wildfires, hurricanes, or other disasters.
“We will do what we have to do to take care of the citizens of Florida,” Guard spokesman Ron Tittle said Wednesday.
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