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Father struggles to reunite family in Minnesota after his kids end up on the street

A father struggling to pay the bills gets help to bring his four kids under one roof in Minnesota. The kids were abandoned by their mother in Hawaii and ended up homeless.
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A father struggling to pay the bills gets help to bring his four kids under one roof in Minnesota. The kids were abandoned by their mother in Hawaii and ended up homeless.

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