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Byline: John Davis
Nov. 11--SELMA -- Siblings Larry Jordan and Mary Wilson don't have a home. The New Orleans residents are living in a Selma hotel, exiled by Hurricane Katrina. They also don't have any blood pressure medication.
"I was hoping I could have got me something today," Wilson said outside the bright orange promotional bus for the nationwide Partnership for Prescription Assistance, an industry-backed initiative to put free drugs in the hands of people who can't afford them.
Wilson, 55, had been without medication for her high blood pressure for five days, living in a FEMA-paid hotel room. Her brother Jordan, 52, is in pretty much the same …