The number of people with disabilities in Louisiana who struggle to afford the basics is far higher than federal poverty data indicates — 60 percent compared to 24 percent — according to a new report from United Way of Northeast Louisiana and its research partner, United For ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed). 

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