now let's ask ourselves how can we as a society prevent such things from happening....i.e. discourage teen pregnancy, lesser the burden of single parents
could we provide free child care for middle to low income working parents?
could we as individuals rally against policies that restrict the rights of pregnant women? ....for ex, in michigan the legislature has banned almost all abortion coverage from health insurance plans unless an additional policy for it is bought
The gov't already gives out daycare vouchers and makes it to where you can have a friend/family member get paid from the state to watch your child.
The voucher covers, like, 85% or somewhere around there.
yea but it's only available to the low income...that's why i specified middle income and lower income peoples
for example, my cousin utilized different social welfare programs to get on her feet after she had her son and once she found a decent job the state basically cut her off... leaving her to struggle, living pay check to pay check
the money we use as a country on oil subsidies and to buy tanks could easily be allocated to help my cousn and people in similar situations
A lot of people live paycheck to paycheck though, at what point do we rely on ourselves and not on the government to provide free services?
Studies also show there is a direct relationship between one's excitement with this revelation and said person's level of ratchet.
'We makin progress ya'lll!!'