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TransForm’s Chris Lepe, regional policy manager (center); Shireen Malekafzali, senior manager for policy, planning and equity (left); and Jo Ann Prompongsatorn, interim co-executive director were lauded by Sustainable San Mateo County for the organization’s focus on promoting walkable communities with sustainable transportation choices for people of all incomes since 1997.

TransForm’s Chris Lepe, regional policy manager (center); Shireen Malekafzali, senior manager for policy, planning and equity (left); and Jo Ann Prompongsatorn, interim co-executive director were lauded by Sustainable San Mateo County for the organization’s focus on promoting walkable communities with sustainable transportation choices for people of all incomes since 1997.

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BurlingameRocks

And you are worried about sustainability and climate change:

States with Higher Welfare Recipients than Employed Population
The following listing of states has more residents that receive welfare versus an employed population.

1. California
2. New Mexico
3. Hawaii
4. Mississippi
5. Alabama
6. South Carolina
7. Illinois
8. Kentucky
9. Ohio
10. New York
11. Maine

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