Tough Love In The Hills Of VirginiaPaul Magnusson
Loretta Kilby says she has been looking for work, but you couldn't tell from her resume. The 30-year-old single mother of four girls has squeaked by for the past 10 years with a little cash from babysitting, some support from the two fathers, and a lot of help from Washington: $265 a month in welfare, $492 in food stamps, and free health care from Medicaid.
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