A handful of programs across the state are piloting efforts to give families a regular check to help them make ends meet.
(Lizz Giordano for Crosscut) June 8, 2022
The extra money is also making homework time less of a struggle for Rosario and his son, who fell behind in reading and math during the pandemic. Rather than spending hours after dinner trying to have him catch up, Rosario could now afford tutoring, leaving evenings for playing video games and goofing off."He took a major step back," said the technology consultant living in Tacoma. "Trying to get him caught up […]