Cuomo looks to help displaced Puerto Ricans in NY

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo has announced new action to help displaced Puerto Ricans in New York.

The move establishes a case management program to help Puerto Ricans with housing and employment.

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More than $10 million will help with job training and placement.

As News 12 has reported, FEMA's temporary housing program ends Saturday.

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