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Posted on: Mar 21, 2019

From RTV6:

As somebody who always has young foster kids, Martha Pfleeger goes through a lot of diapers.

“We just finished up having three foster kiddos with us, and they were all three in diapers,” she said.

But now, Pfleeger and her husband have two foster children in diapers. She currently goes through about 600 diapers per month.

Pfleeger understands the pinch that a lot of parents face. One in 3 families can't afford clean diapers for their children.

To try and help low-income families in Indiana, a state lawmaker is trying to make it easier to buy diapers by making them sales tax exempt.

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