For one U.S. immigrant family, short-term public aid meant long-term security

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WASHINGTON, Feb 14 (Reuters) – When Abosede Akingbade
Thomas, a Nigerian immigrant to the United States, was ordered
to bed rest in 1981 during a difficult pregnancy, she followed
her doctor’s advice to sign up for food stamps and another aid
program providing support to pregnant and nursing women.

Source: Nigeria

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