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nndb of thousands of Puerto Rican took to the streets Thursday demanding that Washington provide better health care to the cash strapped US territory Reuters correspondent Nick brown in San Juan attended the rally or the Rico any yet much Medicaid Medicare tax in another state , I'm here because I don't want to be a second class citizen annnnd , order to go seventy two billion dollars in debt , healthcare is a big piece of , the government's burden right now and , getting more Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement in the federal government will go some way towards I'm sort reducing the burden Oregon , also in attendance were New York governor Andrew Cuomo in New York City mayor bill de Blasio as their state is home to over a million Puerto Rican , that I believe the federal administration building on prayer worker recall the US treasury warning of a developing humanitarian crisis on the U. S. Commonwealth , one neurologist on the island calling it right now a quote Katrina like situation