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Since spring of last year, 1,110 Somali refugees have streamed into Lewiston, Maine, a village of 36,000 people. Social services in the town are stretched thin, and state TB experts are struggling to see how an already tight budget can be stretched even further to cope with the new arrivals.

Small town staggers under Somali influx