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State Home: Puerto Ricans and Food Poisoning

state home: Gonzalez, 38, saw the storm destroy the restaurant he opened with his father five years ago, according to Metro News. Without power or reliable water, he became violently ill from food poisoning for three weeks. More than a million Puerto Ricans about 5 per cent of Florida's population already call the state home, and given the outrage many feel over President Donald Trump's handling of the storm, political observers say this voting bloc could loosen the Republican Party's hold on this battleground state. Finally, he packed his bags, determined to make his future in Miami instead. We were desperate for help. There is resentment, and we feel abandoned compared to Texas and Florida, Gonzalez said. ( As reported in the news.