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US Families Can't Afford Basics Like Housing, Food, Study Finds

Newsmax Thursday, 17 May 2018
US Families Can't Afford Basics Like Housing, Food, Study FindsForty-three percent of U.S. families can't afford many of the basics of middle-class life such as housing, food, child care, healthcare, transportation, and a cell phone, according to a new study by the United Way ALICE Project.
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The United Way's ALICE project released a study documenting the issue.

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The ALICE report released by the Suncoast United Way shows 43 percent of working families are struggling to afford the basics including food on the table, transportation and rent.

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