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Some Maryland Residents Feel Forgotten After Sandy

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Hurricane Sandy focused most of its devastation on New Jersey and New York, but it also decimated the town of Crisfield, Md. The community is one of the state's poorest, and residents say they're being forgotten in the effort to bring aid to other places hit by the storm.
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