Poverty & Basic Needs

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Strong communities, healthy families, and a thriving economy that benefit us all: That is the future we want for Washington state. Yet too many people are struggling to just get by. Our state legislature must make sure that everyone can afford the basics and have the opportunity to thrive.

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Blog Post Deadline Approaching for Best Chance to Feed Hungry Kids in Our State By Elena Hernandez | August 12, 2015

Blog Post Today is the 50th Anniversary of Medicaid By Kim Justice | July 30, 2015

Blog Post NEW REPORT: Too Many Kids Are Being Left Behind in Economic Recovery By Lori Pfingst | July 17, 2015

Blog Post Help for Struggling Families: A Disappearing Act By Elena Hernandez | June 16, 2015

Blog Post Washington State Lagging in Key Measures of Progress By Kim Justice | March 24, 2015

Blog Post Invest in TANF to Help Strengthen Families By Elena Hernandez | March 10, 2015

Fact Sheet Temporary Assistance for Needy Families March 10, 2015

Blog Post New Data Shows Social Programs Lifted 241,000 Kids Out of Poverty in Washington By Lori Pfingst | February 25, 2015

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