This is the new normal unless you finally say "enough is enough."
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“We have failed to reach communities of color with services that we know have worked for a broader population, especially for Caucasians, especially for people of higher income."
Rather than sign a repeal of the state's welfare family cap into law, the governor sent that piece of the budget back to the legislature with a stipulation that would cut an estimated 5,200 children with disabled parents off of welfare completely and reduce benefits for another 2,100.
The District of Columbia has the highest infant mortality rate of any capital city in the developed world, but Ward 5's Family Health and Birth Center is showing what it might take to improve the health and wellness of Black women and children.
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan dismissed the need for a constitutional amendment but said a ballot referendum “sounds like a great idea.”