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Increasing financial challenges could swell rolls of low-income families (access required)

I’m worried about Arizona’s families. It’s bad enough that thousands of low-income Arizonans face serious financial challenges in paying their heating and cooling bills, and that only 4 percent of eligible low-income families will receive assistance.I’m worried because potentially devastating economic trends could drop many Arizonans from their already precarious position in the middle class ...

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