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Nan McFadgen 19h
Nova Scotia (Sydney-Victoria) is in the top thirty of highest child poverty rates in Canada.
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Ethan Dickler 15 Jun 17
The UWL Literature major from MPHS is in no English/literature classes
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Miamiobserver 28 May 17
With the internet It's easier than ever before in history to create wealth for YOU and the betterment of society.
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Miss Atomic Blonde 27 Apr 17
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Charlotte Hughes 23 Feb 17
After 2 days of having no heating, I finally have been able to put some money on the meter.
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Rachel McGonagill May 17
Times like these, I just want to cry. My husband has MS and is on Medicaid. I'm on Medicare thru disability. We both obviously have "preconditions" up the wazoo. If these GOP yobbos manage to get this passed, we'll be back to trying to decide between meds or food.
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Titan Microfinance Club 22 Apr 17
Meet us today at 12:20 by Defy Gravity to experience scenes like this without leaving the country.
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Charlotte Hughes 8 Mar 17
To say that I'm fed up today is an understatement. Hopefully today will get better but I doubt it.
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Nap Or Nothing 12 Feb 17
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Eric Charles Weeks Apr 14
Why do I work so hard? Because !
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Nap Or Nothing 13 Nov 16
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YGFX 9 Jan 17
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Kenneth Okoth, MP Kibra Constituency 26 Jan 17
that's why I'm any matter regarding my policy I strictly ... what do you think?
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Michael Murphy 17 Mar 17
Would like to see what it was like for it (for 30days, maybe) NOT to be worrying about something I've stressed my whole life
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B 💔 M 💕 A 🤞🏾 Dec 22
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🐾TheDawgMiner🐾 Nov 15
box springs, under that carpet...
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Bianthé Jan 5
I feel so bad for all these poor families who can't even afford a meal but yet work so hard for living. my heart really hurts.
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Corinna D.S. Jun 18
getting past the I've experienced. It helps to have someone to vent to, but would be better if such things just never happened. In a country where $$$ = legal representation, there is little hope for the poor in the courts.
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Janice McKay ☕ Jun 16
I am in the same boat. My disability pension is about the same amount I made at my first full time job. In 1977! I actually made $12,000/year in 1977 and now get $10,980/year. Fact
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David Reese Jun 13
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