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Rep. Barbara Lee Apr 8
It’s despicable that Trump and the GOP refuse to give Puerto Rico the resources it needs to recover from . Puerto Ricans are just as American as the rest of us – it's time to pass disaster relief for everyone.
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The Real News Apr 8
"Mr. President, 3,000 Puerto Ricans died on your watch. They died because your government was inefficient, ineffective, and unable to do its job" - San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz
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Spectrum News 13 Apr 9
. professors Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz and Kristina Tollefson made a dress entirely out of debris left behind by . They say the 40 pound dress represents the struggles and resilience of Puerto Ricans: via
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Elizabeth Warren Feb 13
Two years ago, I voted against @FEMA_Brock. Under his watch, our country’s response to was a total failure. Then he used taxpayer money at to pay for personal travel. It was corruption, plain and simple. I'm glad he's resigning
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Queen M. Sheba Apr 20
What does the analysis of and reveal relative to strength?
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Tatiana Dueño Apr 17
Shout out to my family over in Puerto Rico still struggling after but are STILL thoughtful enough to mail us 20-25 delicious mangoes straight from the island.🥭
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Listening to Puerto Rico 5h
There's a revolution taking place in today:an led by . became an energy oasis after . Solar power and renewable sources can make all of Puerto Rico resilient. Who's with them?
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TicToc by Bloomberg Apr 7
As Puerto Ricans recover from , has created to help people communicate after future natural disasters
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NESAWG Apr 19
A languishing island hospital and expired food aid are some of the signs that rebuilding has stagnated nearly a year and a half after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico.
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Free Press Apr 4
This week Trump falsely tweeted that received $91B in aid. In reality $11B has been spent. Th administration's lies are why we're calling for investigation of the disaster, including the communications infrastructure collapse:
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Angela Magana Apr 7
I think if i ask certain people for permission I will be able to talk about what ive been hushed about in regards to the after math of . Some ppl are gone. Its so political its like do I risk everything or do I sit at the table with the devil.
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Ricardo Rossello Apr 1
Replying to @ricardorossello
For context, this means that by the same date, for every permanent work project approved in Puerto Rico, there were 28.70 in Texas and 32.75 in Louisiana
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LatinoJustice PRLDEF Mar 19
Replying to @latinojustice
10k+ Puerto Ricans qualify for DUA and only 806 people applied so far. We got a 60 day extension to apply but we need you to share this with anyone you know who was unemployed bc/of so they can apply.
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Americares: Improving Health Apr 9
: Did you know we’re providing mental health training for health workers in Puerto Rico? We’re helping our neighbors recover from the disaster you don’t see! !
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DisasterPhilanthropy Apr 9
Hospitals, police stations, public schools, and roads are still awaiting funding for repairs in . The only hospital on the island of Vieques has been closed since hit -- 18 months ago.
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WFLA NEWS Apr 11
. donating first quarter Senate salary to recovery in Puerto Rico
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Michael Deibert Apr 11
Here is the cover of my forthcoming book, When the Sky Fell: Hurricane Maria and the United States in Puerto Rico, coming out with this September.
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Ricardo Rossello Apr 1
Mr. President, 558 days have passed since made landfall in . Yet has only approved $300M (not $91 billion) in permanent work projects. , evidently you’re being badly misled by your advisors...
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Maria Santana Mar 28
Replying to @Acosta
And the thousands who lost family members during and in aftermath of do not agree.
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Tom Gillispie 10h
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