A mother experiencing the shortage started a Facebook page to help parents by donating formula.
SEATTLE — As parents across the nation face a shortage of formula, a 70,000-pound shipment of baby formula landed in Indianapolis Monday.
Though this is good news, the shortage is forcing some King County mothers to drive hundreds of miles in search of a single can.
Jae Coleman has five-month-old twins and thought she was alone when her formula became harder and harder to find. When she realized the extent of the problem, she set out to help.
Coleman spends most of her day driving, picking up
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