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Half of all members of Congress are millionaires. Only 1% of Americans are. Congress is growing even richer, but the rest of America still feels the pains of the recession. So, how do the super wealthy represent the poor?

We take a look at one city hard hit by the recession to find out. The richest member of Congress represents Temecula, and citizens in the community are desperate for help.

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