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Religious group opens health clinic for low income residents

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As the debate surrounding healthcare continues, the Huda Center in Gainesville has decided to open a free health care clinic, to give medical attention to those who need it most. As Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s Sarah Kassem reports, the Islamic community in Gainesville hopes this helps people in need, and also give the community a better understanding of their positive contributions.

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