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  • Smeeding said the Wisconsin Poverty Measure, or WPM, is a more accurate assessment because it takes into account noncash public benefits, health care costs and work-related expenses.

    Jobs rise, but work support programs still needed →

  • "In times of need, a safety net that enhances low earnings for families with children, puts food on the table, and encourages self-reliance, as Wisconsin's safety net does, makes a big difference," says Timothy Smeeding, the UW's La Follette School professor who co-authored the study.

    Jobs rise, but work support programs still needed →

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