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Gov. Bentley offers help to MS & LA

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Governor Robert Bentley has talked to President Barack Obama about Isaac's impact on Alabama.

Gov. Bentley, Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana, and Gov. Phil Bryant of Mississippi held a conference call with President Obama.  The governors updated Mr. Obama on how their states are faring from the storm.

During the call, Governor Bentley offered Alabama's help to both Mississippi and Louisiana.  

Jeremy King, Gov. Bentley's Deputy Communications Director says, "We stand with our neighbors on the Gulf Coast, and we'll help in any way possible."

 

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