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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Shuzo Okada
"I've had the whole house cleaned already, but it's not enough," he said. "We have to do it again and again. I hope we can come back some time. I'm an old man, so I'm not afraid of radiation. But I doubt younger people would want to come back."
The town office reopened recently, but Okada says the dosimeter readings he takes at his house are too high for comfort.