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We are the wealthiest country in the history of the world. How is it possible that 2 months after Hurricane Maria half the people of Puerto Rico don't have electricity?
Teachers and students at a school in Puerto Rico jump for joy after the school gets electricity back for the first time in the 112 days since Hurricane Maria struck.
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Nearly 200 days after Hurricane Maria, in the richest country in the history of the world, some Puerto Ricans still don't have power – but billionaires got tax cuts.
It's been 7 months since Hurricane Maria. Today, the entire island of Puerto Rico has no power. Hurricane season is 6 weeks away.
Death count in Puerto Rico due to Maria has quadrupled since @POTUS gave himself a big thumbs up for holding down hurricane fatalities.
We are the wealthiest country in the world. Our full resources must be brought to fix not just this blackout, but the ongoing outages that have left hundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans without power since Hurricane Maria.
Puerto Rico's Department of Education announces it will close 283 schools following a sharp drop in enrollment amid the island's long economic slump after Hurricane Maria.
My thoughts are with the people of Puerto Rico recovering from Hurricane Maria's devastation. We must do everything we can to help rebuild.
Four weeks after Hurricane Maria:
→Only 19% of Puerto Rico has power
→70% have clean drinking water

We can't forget about them.
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