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The House has already passed and sent to the Senate $7.9 billion in aid for Hurricane Harvey. Meantime,  Hurricane Irma  is packing 185-mile winds, heading directly for Puerto Rico.

Irma hit eastern Caribbean, heads to Puerto Rico

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