Texas politicians are continuing to blast the federal government's decision not to give Texas a disaster declaration for the wildfires, which would have boosted the amount of federal money flowing to the state to deal with the crisis.
In a conference call with reporters today, U.S. Sen. John Cornyn said he had no idea why the state's request got denied.
“Texas is not a place that has received, to my view, equal and fair handed treatment with other places around the country," Cornyn said. "There seems to be a lot of politics in the calculations."
Gov. Rick ...