Recession brings record need for Alabama social services

Birmingham News editorial

More than one million in Alabama were enrolled in Medicaid in the 2010 fiscal year, a record number largely driven by children in working families. Alabama enrollment in safety net programs such as Medicaid and food stamps swelled dramatically during the recession, according to state records.

"There is an exploding demand for public services," said Arise policy analyst Chris Sanders.

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