As Oklahomans rebuild after last week's killer tornado, they may face a new threat -- red tape.
FOX News Radio's Jill Nado reports:
In Moore, Oklahoma, where 24 people were killed by a twister last week, President Obama promises help.
(President Obama) "When we say we're going to be there until you completely rebuild, we mean it."
But thousands of Superstorm Sandy victims on the East Coast are still waiting for help from the feds seven months after the storm.
And in Joplin, Missouri, where 161 people were killed by a tornado two years ago, they haven't fully rebuilt yet. And the Mayor says she had to work to get help from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
(Mayor Kean) "You do have to follow those guidelines and sometimes it can be frustrating, but the key thing is communicate with your citizens, communicate every day what's going on, where you are with the process."
Mayor Melodee Colbert Kean on CNN's 'State of the Union'.
Jill Nado, FOX News Radio.