While Relief Stalls, Puerto Ricans Suffer

Photo: Matt (CC) Your entire state loses power, and three weeks later you and 86.3% of your neighbors still can’t turn on their lights. Imagine spending day after day in a gas line, only to return with enough gas to make it home. Maybe tomorrow you’ll be able to buy enough to start your generator-it’s supposed to be very hot this week, and you’ve run out of ice to refrigerate your husband’s insulin. Your grocery store may have finally opened after a week, but all they’ve got are military-grade MREs. Your sister walks to your house from her place...

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