1. Disability Service's Bureaucratic Obstacles with Pankaj Bhanot

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    Host Kayla Rosenfeld speaks with Pankaj Bhanot (Division Administrator, Department of Human Services) about the criteria and challenges surrounding public assistance in Hawaii.

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    • Building at a Crossroads 3 of 3

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      With a plan in place and community support behind the rehabilitation the project was set to go forward. Some big questions remained. How to pay for it and how to build it being two of the biggest. Watch how it all comes together.

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      • Seamless Compassion: Helping Residents in Colorado

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        Tracey Stewart discusses the Seamless Compassion program and how it can help residents in Colorado.

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        • Come work for the Alaska Division of Public Assistance!

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          The Division of Public Assistance is contributing every day to health and well-being of Alaskans and their families. We help needy families get access to food, heating, medical assistance, and more. Learn more about the services we provide at http://hss.state.ak.us/dpa/. Join our team! Please visit http://hss.state.ak.us/Careers.

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          • Come work for the Division of Public Assistance in Juneau, Alaska!

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            The Division of Public Assistance is contributing every day to health and well-being of Alaskans and their families. We help needy families get access to food, heating, medical assistance, and more. Learn more about the services we provide at http://hss.state.ak.us/dpa/. Join our team! Please visit http://hss.state.ak.us/Careers.

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            • Organic on Food Stamps?

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              Jennifer Grayson of The Huffington Post and The Red, White and Green shows viewers how to put together a week's worth of healthy organic meals on a food stamp budget.

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              • American Dreamin

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                As part of our investigation into public assistance for immigrants we met a woman who came here as a refugee. Looking for a better life and a place where she could have an opportunity she couldn't get in her own country.

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                • Welfare -- the New Slavery

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                  • It's No Different

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                    Found tax dollars going into "cafe casinos" after an NBC2 investigation revealed people using their public assistance cards to play games.

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                    • The power of purpose: Making the best of the ever-changing economy.

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                      [CHIGAGO] With major changes happening in today’s economy, both positive and negative, many middle class citizens are looking at several resources to maintain cash flow. Local Chicago resident Craig Wallace speaks on how he feels about finding multiple sources of income and utilizing those sources to fund the basic necessities. “We’re getting reduced quantities,” says Wallace who is the co-owner of Internet radio station Chicago Hott Radio as well as employee of a Chicago Public School. With many federal and local programs that have been in the works for many years, many middle class citizens find them selves utilizing multiple resources not only to fund for food but other basics in life such as rent or bills. Wallace says “ I think in the future if you even have a job where you can maintain you are well-to-do.” With such circumstances being in the foresight of millions of the middle-class U.S. citizens, Wallace and many others are hoping for a change soon.

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