In this edition, education and child anti-hunger advocates agree that a cut to State Food Assistance is also a hit to education for 12,500 hungry kids in the state at risk of losing their food stamps. Temporary Assistance for Needy Families and Working Connections Child Care helps one family get through an emergency, and a new mid-level provider can prevent one in four Washington children from going to the emergency room as their first dental visit. In national news, the federal House budget would increase income inequality for children and families, with deep cuts to Medicaid and food stamps.
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