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State of Washington
Official State Seal

Population:
6,224,549

Under 18:
1,368,536

Over 65:
757,852

Employed:
3,813,868

Land in SM:
66,544.06

Official Website

Acres of Farms:
15,008,318

Births:
82,703

Deaths:
46,203

Infant Deaths:
375

Property Crime:
246,148

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How to Qualify for Disability in Washington State | eHow

How to Qualify for Disability in Washington State. If you are unable to work because of a physical or mental impairment that will last at least 12 months, you may ...
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The SSI Benefits in Washington. The Social Security Administration (SSA) administers the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program, which provides benefits to ...
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Social Security Disability in Washington State | eHow

Over 150,000 disabled workers in the state of Washington received Social Security disability benefits in 2009. This disability program is federally funded by taxes ...
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Social Security Disability in Washington | eHow

To receive Social Security disability benefits as a Washington resident, you have to meet the program’s work and disability requirements. When you worked ...
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Requirements for Disability in Washington State | eHow

Washington State Legislature defines temporary disability as one that is expected to last for a period of less than six months. If you are temporarily disabled, you ...
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