Fewer in state on welfare, but food-stamp use, homelessness on rise – via The Seattle Times

“About 43,000 Washington families received welfare in October — the fewest since at least 1990, and maybe ever. But social-service advocates point to signs that welfare cutbacks since 2011 succeeded only in helping the state through a fiscal emergency.”

See more here: http://seattletimes.com/html/localnews/2022463888_welfarerollsxml.html

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