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Rep. Micahael Capuano, D-Massachusetts, has had a tumultuous week. The Democratic congressman represents every mile of the Boston Marathon, and used to represent Watertown.
"We're starting to heal, we're starting to bring it back together," said Capuano.
"We all know that we have a lot of people that are still hurt, a lot of families that are still wrenched apart, and we're going to spend an awful lot of time helping them," added Capuano.
While the people of Boston are eager to heal and get back to normal, there is also an acknowledgement that going forward, people are going to be more on guard. Even if it is not going to be a city on edge anymore, people are going to be more suspicious.
"That's normal," said Capuano. "We're not used to, you never get used to it, and we'll get back to normal in some time."