Hurricane Sandy has prompted widespread discussion about what to do, how much to spend, and who should spend it to prepare for the next huge storm that hits the Northeast.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is seeking $30 billion from the federal government for infrastructure aid, without much specific detail. New York City Council President Christine Quinn called for the Army Corps of Engineers to study such measures as protective seawalls, moving power lines underground and elevating subway platforms.

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