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'Senior Insecurity,' Capital Public Radio

California's second most expensive health and human services program, Supplemental Security Income, was designed to help the elderly and disabled afford basic necessities. Its nearly $3 billion price tag is covered by taxpayers. But a growing number of people in this program over the age of 55 can't afford enough food or are living on the streets.

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