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How food banks are reaching high-risk seniors

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Georgia experiments with food stamp work training program

by Susanna Capelouto Aug 13, 2018
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In Erie, social services are a lifeline

by Erika Beras Jul 26, 2018
New work requirements may change things for those who receive food and housing assistance in the Pennsylvania city.
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What happens when a state has $15 billion worth of unpaid bills?

by Kai Ryssdal Jun 29, 2017
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