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From 2005 to 2009, Carter worked as an Assistant Insurance Commissioner for Government Relations at the state Insurance Department. In 2003 for almost two and a half years she was the Director of Legal Services for the Association of Professional Oklahoma Educators, where she lobbied on education policy at the Oklahoma Capitol. Carter holds a bachelor degree in Letters from the University of Oklahoma and a Juris Doctor with a Certificate in Comparative and International Law from the University of Tulsa College of Law..
The storm was centered about 60 miles (97 kilometers) southeast of San Antonio. It was moving north at 2 mph (3 kph), the hurricane center said.The hurricane posed the first major emergency management test of President Donald Trump’s administration.Trump met with his Cabinet and other senior administration officials to discuss the federal response to the damage and flooding, the White House said Saturday in a statement.The president held a video conference from Camp David in which he instructed relevant departments and agencies to “stay fully engaged and positioned to support his number one priority of saving lives,” the statement said.Trump, who on Friday signed a federal disaster declaration for coastal counties, also reminded department heads that the full impact of the storm will not be apparent for days. On Twitter, he commended the head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency for his handling of the disaster.In Corpus Christi, the major city closest to the storm’s center, wind whipped palm trees and stinging sheets of horizontal rain slapped against hotels and office buildings along the seawall as the storm made landfall.Daybreak revealed downed lamp posts and tree limbs and roof tiles torn off buildings.
But I say that with hesitation, because normal is not what it used to be.I emailed a friend the day before the US election, asking, “Who do you like? The crazed egomaniacal populist or the clever ambitious plutocrat?” In the Arc I wrote for August, I said I had as many reservations about a Clinton presidency as I had for Trump’s, although he had yet to make some of his worst outbursts at that early date; the leadership of neither offered me peace of mind. The exact sentence from that column: “I am not more anxious about his Presidency than I am about hers.”Taken all in all, I still stand by that. The choices were awful.