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Antonio Paris Jan 12
There are over 60,000 tarps still sitting in FEMA warehouses in . Three months after the hurricane, thousands of residents do not understand why it is taking so long to get a tarp for their roof.
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Elizabeth Warren Jan 12
I was in today with the MA delegation to see what can be done to help recovery efforts. It was clear that the road to recovery is long & we're not moving fast enough. US citizens are suffering. We must do more to help, and we need to do it now.
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USACE HQ 9h
Nearly 1,500 additional restoration workers and support personnel from across electric power companies in the U.S. are coming this month to support the restoration. (1/2)
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Rep Stephanie Murphy Jan 17
It was great to meet with former Governor Pedro Rosselló to reaffirm my support for statehood for PR.  It’s time for the U.S. citizens of Puerto Rico to have the same rights and responsibilities as their fellow citizens living in Florida and every other state.
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Ricardo Rossello 13h
Congress needs to appropriate disaster relief support for , , , immediately! It’s been 119 days since . Recovery of American citizens cant be held hostage to Congressional gamesmanship.
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Andrew Cuomo 12h
This is wrong. The federal government should be doing everything in its power to help get back on its feet.
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USACE HQ Jan 17
A crane lifts a 30k-pound bucket truck from the barge Charlotte Bridge, Jan 16, at Port of Ponce, . More than 140 bucket & auger trucks were unloaded from the barge en route to construction crews supporting the mission to restore the power grid. 📷: Gerald Rogers
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Mary💋🇺🇸 Jan 17
Holy crap‼️ No was wonder is STILL struggling. Armed Federal agents raid multiple warehouses & find massive amts of rebuilding material kept from hurricane victims‼️‼️
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Dan Rather Jan 16
When you see a headline for this ongoing crisis, please do not let it skip by. Pause... click... read... and reflect. These are American citizens being left in harm's way.
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Dr. KaNisha Jan 13
I hope is a reminder SO MANY are STILL rebuilding and today we are praying for
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투포케이(24K) 1h
in - 19th Feb 2018 - 21st Feb - 22nd Feb - 24th Feb - 25th Feb More information :
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My Mixtapez Jan 17
Puerto Rican students and staff rejoice when electricity returns to school after 112 days without light 🙏
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USACE HQ 9h
PREPA reports approximately 931,132 of the 1.47M customers in who are able to receive electric power have their service restored (as of Jan. 17).
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Team Rubicon 2h
"Our efforts motivated the local community to retake their park and see that even after a devastating disaster, there is a way to rebuild and there is a light in the darkness."
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Purple POV Jan 16
This weekend, FEMA and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers began raiding warehouses, where the Puerto Rican Electric Power Authority has been "hoarding" these "critical materials" out of reach of aide workers.
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투포케이(24K) Jan 17
"24K Still with 24U" 2018 World Tour in US 19th Feb 2018~25th Feb 2018 More info.
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Joan Smalls 47m
Favorite Moments when he got in touch with my Taína roots. 🖤
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USACE HQ 9h
2,264,458 cubic yards of debris removed to date in
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B. Scott Jan 16
Teachers and students at a school in celebrate after their school gets electricity back for the first time in 112 days since struck. (via )
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USACE HQ Jan 15
Temporary emergency power, in coordination with PREPA, has installed 7 small power plants, or , to provide power to communities while grid power is being restored in .
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