Seven months after Hurricane Maria, people are still putting pieces of their lives back together. Across the island that takes plenty of different forms. As power, access to clean water and business opportunities slowly come back to Puerto Rico, people have been spending a lot of money, in plenty of different ways. We revisit a dairy farmer, a convenience store owner, a homeowner and a community center to see where things stand with recovery after the hurricane.
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