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More Dept. Heads Fired by Puerto Rico's Gov. After Warehouse of Unused Hurricane Maria Supplies Discovered

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More Dept. Heads Fired by Puerto Rico's Gov. After Warehouse of Unused Hurricane Maria Supplies Discovered

More Dept. Heads Fired by Puerto Rico's Gov. After Warehouse of Unused Hurricane Maria Supplies Discovered

Puerto Rico’s governor fired two department heads after officials discovered a warehouse full of emergency supplies that went unused in Hurricane Maria.

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