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More Hmong Refugees Headed for Minnesota's Twin Cities

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More Hmong Refugees Headed for Minnesota's Twin Cities

More Hmong Refugees Headed for Minnesota's Twin Cities

More Hmong Refugees Headed for Minnesota's Twin Cities

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Mary Stucky reports that thousands of Hmong refugees in Thailand are headed to new lives in Minnesota's Twin Cities, Minneapolis and St. Paul. The city of St. Paul already has the largest Hmong population of any U.S. city, and some residents are concerned the immigrants have strained public and social services.

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