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Federal Help On Its Way To Help Florida Treat Haitian Earthquake Victims

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Floridians are feeling the aftermath of the massive 7.0 magnitude earthquake in Haiti. Florida is taking in a lot of the refugees, offering them shelter and essential medical care. But how much of an impact is this having on a state that already has economic problems? And is the Sunshine State getting any money from the federal government for helping the injured Haitians? Vic Micolucci had this discussion with two experts on the issue.

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