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Some Miami residents stay put and brace for Hurricane Irma — including many who lack the money to flee

Genaro Dacosta has a monkey on his back, at least sometimes. It’s a small pet marmoset that may force him to ride out Hurricane Irma, now lumbering toward his home on Miami Beach. Dacosta wants to evacuate, as the government has ordered and as most of his neighbors were doing Thursday. He’s been...
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