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Should people be punished for trying to put food on the table Well I dont think so I want to address a topic that has the rich in an up roar the squeegee kids Its true that the squeegee kids dont pay taxes but its not like they get health benefits from cleaning windows Unfortunately these kids are being punished for making an income nevertheless they dont pay taxes And another thing if the squeegee kids are going to be fined for panhandling how are the courts going to find these kids to pay the fines People also have to consider most of these kids are homeless for a reason of escape Most important of all its only a dollar or less people dont have to pay it if they dont want to The motorists just have a cleaner windshield The squeegee kids shouldnt be fined for trying to make money Its true that squeegee kids do not pay taxes but they also dont get any health benefits for cleaning windows Taxes seem to be the big thing when this topic comes up because its the only thing people could find wrong with squeeging These kids are making about 40 a day which is 280 a week That is an average salary and its all tax-free Squeegee kids may make ok money but they dont have any health benefits If squeegee kids need to get a tooth pulled or get sick they have to pay their own medical bills themselves if these kids do not they simply grow sicker and or have to live with the pain These kids are homeless why does society punish them more Its unfortunate that these kids are being punished for making an income These kids are homeless at the bottom but they still have the strength to push themselves for something better Society is pushing these kids down every time they try to move up in life Is the
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