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    There are comments going around that people in Manila are not allowed to complain about the slow response of our Government (nor do we earn the right to do so because we only pack goods) because we are not physically there to see for ourselves and that the media does not give a fair cover. This is foolish logic, if we in Manila all went to the affected areas we would be adding to the problem by being another mouth to feed. To respond to this, several law schools worked together to pack goods and each sent representatives for a private coalition to distribute goods in the affected areas.

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