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By Thomas Sowell
Democrats would rather help political donors than underprivileged youths
Topic - Noreen Connolly-Skammel
She said the NYC Rapid Repairs program was swift at first, conducting an assessment within two to three days after her call.
"I wish they were a little more rapid," she said, noting that the program has since pledged to help with other repairs.