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from the Guardian

£13bn in unclaimed welfare? It’s just fuel for the Tories’ Big Benefits Myth

Almost half of families on low incomes are going hungry by not taking up benefits, we learn today. But for this government, it shows social security isn’t needed

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from The Work at Home Wife

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from FEMTREPRENEUR

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Because of the earned income credit, which if they earn $1 then they get "credit". It's welfare in one lump sum instead of monthly pymts. I've seen people earn less than $500 for the years but with a lot of dependents get back like $6500 or more. It's welfare; make NO MISTAKE. Read up on it.

from Washington Post

Five stereotypes about poor families and education

"Reaching and Teaching Students in Poverty: Strategies for Erasing the Opportunity Gap,” by Paul C. Gorski, associate professor of integrative studies at George Mason University. The book, which draws from years of research to analyze educational practices that undercut the achievement of low-income students, is part of the Multicultural Education Series of books edited by James A. Banks and published by Teachers College Columbia University.

“Planned Parenthood overwhelmed me with the ability to make my own choices, without having to ask my Congressman”

“Planned Parenthood overwhelmed me with the ability to make my own choices, without having to ask my Congressman”

PP:Absolutely! Our insurance skyrocketed to $1000 per month w $12,000 deductible while a friend who is going to school & has low income has shoulder surgery covered 100%! On OUR dime while we can't afford health care!