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U.S. Senator Nelson Weighs In On Haiti Relief Effort

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As doctors and diplomats try to pick up the pieces in Haiti, one U.S. Senator believes the relief effort will require more than the Haitian government can provide. Democratic U.S. Senator from Florida, Bill Nelson, was on the University of Florida campus and talked with WUFT-FM’s Jessica Gable.

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