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Q: The Stafford Act does not explicitly prohibit receiving more than one payment for the same loss in a Presidentially declared disaster. a. True b . False
A: The Stafford Act does not explicitly prohibit receiving more that one payment for the same loss in a Presidentially declared disaster. FALSE. 
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User: The Stafford Act does not explicitly prohibit receiving more than one payment for the same loss in a Presidentially declared disaster. a. True b . False

Weegy: a. True
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The Stafford Act does not explicitly prohibit receiving more that one payment for the same loss in a Presidentially declared disaster. FALSE. 
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