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OLYMPIA – For 15 years, Washington has helped thousands of people the federal government wouldn’t, providing food assistance to legal immigrants struggling to survive in America.
That includes residents of the Marshall Islands who come to this country seeking jobs and medical care after the U.S. military used their nation as a nuclear test zone.
"We trashed their homeland, and they’re here trying to work," Linda Stone, of the Children’s Alliance, said.
But that aid could all end as the state looks at ways to trim its budget. . .