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<Tab/>The federal poverty level, the standard by which the United States government determines economic need, was developed forty years ago. The United States has the highest poverty level of all of the industrialized nations, with sixteen percent of United States children living in poverty (NCCP 1). There is also disproportional among races. Thirty five percent of Hispanics and forty three percent of blacks live below the poverty line. (Health Wrights 3)
<Tab/>Today the federal poverty level for a family of four is $18,400. There are twelve million children liv…
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