Moore shelter laws: Mayor seeks change after tornado devastation
The mayor of the tornado-devastated town of Moore in Oklahoma has vowed to push for a new law on shelters, after a huge twister there killed at least 24.
Glenn Lewis says he will propose an ordinance requiring a reinforced shelter to be built in every new home.
Volunteers are now engaged in a recovery mission delivering supplies and helping people find accommodation.
The White House says that President, Barack Obama, will travel to Moore on Sunday.
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