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Florida groups unite, ramp up focus on Puerto Ricans, a pivotal voting block

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MIAMI, Fla. — In December, Sheraly González, 29, arrived in Orlando from Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria left her 8-year-old son, who has ADHD, without therapy for months.

“He was regressing in Puerto Rico,” she said.

Rebuilding their lives in Florida made González nervous, anxious, and even depressed. But life has begun to normalize. Her husband found a job in Disney World and their two children have enrolled in schools.

The family is still living in a hotel room provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). They have not been able to muster up enough money to cover the security deposit as well as first and last month rents required for most apartments.

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Ireland breaks ranks to admit 'real problem' over EU's struggling coronavirus vaccine plan

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IRELAND’S Taoiseach Micheal Martin has broken ranks to admit his concern over the delays to the delivery of the AstraZeneca-Oxford University produced vaccine.

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Nigel Farage blasts 'Remainer scaremongering' after Nissan says Brexit gives it advantage

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NIGEL FARAGE has slapped down those who engaged in “Remainer scaremongering” in the run up to Brexit, pointing to Nissan’s recent announcement as evidence Britain is set to thrive free from the EU.

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Nicola Sturgeon admits Covid vaccine wastage in Scotland following rollout

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NICOLA STURGEON has admitted that one percent of Scotland’s coronavirus vaccine supply has been wasted but is working to reduce the figure.

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