Housing Assistance for Hurricane Maria Evacuees

A federal court decision to challenge a deadline that would end shelter assistance for nearly 2000 Hurricane Maria evacuees still living in U.S hotels. Hurricane Maria, which ravaged the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico last fall. We’ll be joined by Marlabetz Figueroa, a community liaison and board member of the Puerto Rican Center of Arizona, and Claudio Medina, the executive director for the Puerto Rican Center of Arizona for more on this topic.

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Marlabetz Figueroa, a community liaison and board member of the Puerto Rican Center of Arizona, and Claudio Medina, the executive director for the Puerto Rican Center of Arizona

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