Aref Shabaneh (der.) y su hermana Yasmeen Shabaneh hacen las tareas, mientras su madre, Reema Shabaneh, observa. Los dos niños, con graves problemas de la vida, works on his spelling assignment for his first grade class at Kate Sullivan School while his older sister , seated left, a 9 years old fourth grader, reads The Gingerbread Man at their home in Tallahassee, Florida October 28, 2015.. The two children - both of whom are mostly blind - were eliminated from a Florida state Department of Health's program in an effort to save money by cutting back dramatically on a taxpayer-funded program for the sickest and most disabled children, called Children's Medical Services, or CMS.With their mother in the background,
Aref Shabaneh (der.) y su hermana Yasmeen Shabaneh hacen las tareas, mientras su madre, Reema Shabaneh, observa. Los dos niños, con graves problemas de la vida, works on his spelling assignment for his first grade class at Kate Sullivan School while his older sister , seated left, a 9 years old fourth grader, reads The Gingerbread Man at their home in Tallahassee, Florida October 28, 2015.. The two children - both of whom are mostly blind - were eliminated from a Florida state Department of Health's program in an effort to save money by cutting back dramatically on a taxpayer-funded program for the sickest and most disabled children, called Children's Medical Services, or CMS.With their mother in the background, Mark Wallheiser MarkWallheiser.com
Aref Shabaneh (der.) y su hermana Yasmeen Shabaneh hacen las tareas, mientras su madre, Reema Shabaneh, observa. Los dos niños, con graves problemas de la vida, works on his spelling assignment for his first grade class at Kate Sullivan School while his older sister , seated left, a 9 years old fourth grader, reads The Gingerbread Man at their home in Tallahassee, Florida October 28, 2015.. The two children - both of whom are mostly blind - were eliminated from a Florida state Department of Health's program in an effort to save money by cutting back dramatically on a taxpayer-funded program for the sickest and most disabled children, called Children's Medical Services, or CMS.With their mother in the background, Mark Wallheiser MarkWallheiser.com

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