East Peoria Says No Money For Landslide Residents
Some residents in East Peoria saw their back yards disappear after heavy rain caused mudslides, but some city council members say there aren't city funds to help them.
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#1 Apr 30, 2013
Isn't it amazing that the people who killed and maimed Americans in Boston have been receiving welfare for over 10 years and were immigrants from a foreign country. Isn't it amazing that illegal immigrants can cross into our country and be eligible for immediate welfare. Isn't' it amazing that 47% of the country is on food stamps and just sitting on their asses. Yet we won't lift a finger to help these folks who are victims of a catastrophe not of their doing. Folks who are working, law abiding, tax paying citizens. What is wrong with this picture? There is something dreadfully wrong in this county. We need to start standing up and be counted.
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