Among young adults, the highest risk factors for homelessness are not having a high school diploma and being pregnant or parenting.
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The president "cruelly" used the grief of two families "to manipulate and derail the conversation on immigration policy," explained the Black Alliance for Just Immigration in a statement.
Through a new app, the state department of health is using public funding to legitimize the services and programs of organizations that do not provide comprehensive health-care services and actually spread misinformation—while overlooking groups that do provide comprehensive care.
“If Idaho is able to do this, it will mean other … states will do the same thing. If a state can ignore federal law on this, it can ignore federal law on everything.”