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It's been a year since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico. Though many buildings have been repaired, and the power is on in every part of the island, it's clear the storm provoked lasting change.

One Year After Hurricane, How Puerto Rico Has Changed

By Adrian Florido NPR
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