safety net

The Trump administration proposed eliminating federal heating help altogether.
Whether rejoicing or mourning, millions of Americans awoke on January 21st feeling suddenly at the threshold of a new and
A long, long time ago, in a place far, far away, I used to dream fairly happily about paying the bills. My mother used to
It's convenient, short-sighted, and stupid to judge the economic position of another person when you could fail spectacularly in your life and still fall into relative economic security. You could blow up your life again and again and still return home to food and shelter and maybe even a job.
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Medicaid provides health coverage to low-income families and individuals, including children, parents, pregnant women, seniors, and people with disabilities.  Here are ten key facts about how Medicaid helps millions of Americans live healthier, more secure lives.
As progressive thinkers and prudent business leaders increasingly recognize the need to strengthen the basic safety net and
It's time to stop pretending children can succeed when their parents don't.
While our historic milestone provides plenty of reasons to take pause and commemorate our past, the urgency of our cause demands that we continue to look ahead. To that end, the ASPCA is at the forefront of three relatively new areas of animal welfare concentration where the potential for saving lives is nearly limitless.
When it comes to deciding your career, don't be afraid to think big! Almost every college student has a similar amount of career experience, give or take an internship or two. That is to say, not that much.
The debates have exposed many attacks on the federal government. But in the midst of all the shouting, the candidates' vision of what the federal role should be is not always clear.
Whether "liberal" or "conservative," a rational person who admits the veil of ignorance understands the importance of fairness and of general concern for the welfare not only of himself but of others who differ from his present status and characteristics.
Demonstrations to Promote Work Among Disability Beneficiaries Likely to Produce Limited Results That's no surprise:  DI's
Colorado Senate President Bill Cadman (R-Colorado Springs) told 9News political reporter Brandon Rittiman last month that Medicaid spending is siphoning money from "every other program," including schools and roads.
While some reasonable estimates exist, the true number of U.S. animals sheltered at a national level has never actually been counted, much less shared. This lack of clarity severely impedes our ability to best serve our country's homeless animals.
One of the most telling discoveries from the study was that people with incomes below $50,000 were significantly more likely than their wealthier counterparts to re-home animals due to cost and housing issues. They were also more likely to re-home all pets in the household at once.
The idea is to keep babies clean and healthy.