El Paso County is getting more people off government support and into jobs 

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Salina Perez was running out of choices. With two children in diapers and an incarcerated husband, the 23-year-old says, she was broke. Full-time work was hard to come by, and even harder to keep given her responsibilities as a parent. Part-time work…

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