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Puerto Rico After Hurricane Maria: 'We're American, Too, Why Don't They Help?' (09:49)

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More than six months after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico is still struggling to recover from the devastation. Thousands of homes and businesses have no electricity and are waiting for insurance payouts. Frontline services are being denied aid, forcing many to close down. As US citizens, Puerto Ricans say Donald Trump and his government have done little to help. As a new hurricane season looms, locals are struggling to prepare

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Puerto Rico After Hurricane Maria: 'We're American, Too, Why Don't They Help?'


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More than six months after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico is still struggling to recover from the devastation. Thousands of homes and businesses have no electricity and are waiting for insurance payouts. Frontline services are being denied aid, forcing many to close down. As U.S. citizens, Puerto Ricans say Donald Trump and his government have done little to help. As a new hurricane season looms, locals are struggling to prepare.

Length: 10 minutes

Item#: BVL168511

Copyright date: ©2018

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