(UNDATED) - With floodwaters finally a thing of the past in most of Indiana, state employees are getting a pat on the back from their boss.
Governor Daniels stopped by a staff meeting of about 250 Department of Homeland Security to thank them for what he says was lifesaving quick action in battling the floods, and pursuing help from the federal government.
Daniels says Indiana's response was speeded along by effective teamwork among different agencies, and by a directive to deliver help first and worry later about dotting all the I's legally.
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