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President Obama spoke Friday afternoon at a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) command center at Miller Field in Staten Island. The agency has set up centers in areas hit by Hurricane Sandy to help people who need help rebuilding their homes and businesses. We visited with people at Miller Field trying to navigate the ins and outs of FEMA and private insurance — with varying degrees of success.
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