Luis Ferré-Sadurní

New York Times

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Luis Ferré-Sadurní is a reporter for the New York Times.

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Congress is spending many billions of dollars to clean up after Harvey and Irma. Survivors will be lucky if the money lasts more than a month.

Disasters don't discriminate but relief efforts do

Congress is spending many billions of dollars to clean up after Harvey and Irma. Survivors will be lucky if the money lasts more than a month.

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