Money Wiring

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Minnesota Public Radio's Mary Losure reports on the problems facing Somali money wiring services in the United States. Some of those services were shut down by the federal government after the Sept. 11 attacks. Somali immigrants who rely on the services to send money home are becoming increasingly concerned.

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