School-based food pantries feed households, and when you don't have spare cash for emergency child care, cancellations can push you into the abyss.
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It's a strange opinion from an attorney and law professor. Because we know what happens when abortion is banned or inaccessible.
“The people rejected [LePage's] arguments and he is upset about that. He is bitter that this is his last year in office but I don’t think he should be taking it out on the people who need health care and have fought to get it.”
“If we could take even just a fraction of the money that we spend on foster care and give it to families where kids are being removed and put into foster care, we could prevent much of the need for foster care."
“The mountain is going to live longer so that mountain needs to be preserved.”
Historical, social, and economic issues are absent from medical charts, yet they all have important clinical implications.