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Sally currently lives in a poor apartment complex with her four children
Sally works extremely hard to keep her children, Tom: 13, Miriam: 5, Ian: 5, Sydney: 9, well feed, clothed, and prepared for school with her low weekly income.
Sally works full-time at starbucks and part-time in a cleaning company with her aunt. She makes a weekly income of about $730. Although she loves to go out with her friends and have a good time, she can hardly do it because she constantly works.
Sally's children go to public schools. Ian, Sydney, and Miriam all go to elementary school. Tom is the oldest and goes to middle school. Sally is worried that her children might get sick from school and can't afford health care for them.
Sally decided to go to a local clinic and apply for Medicaid, a health coverage for some low-income people, families and children, pregnant women, the elderly, and people with disabilities.
Sally is happy that her family's health care is secure. Her oldest son Tom, offers to start helping out by working part-time after school. Sally is happy to see her young son growing up but doesn't want him to start working at such an early age.
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