April 04, 2016

Hunger games, continued (again)

Low income adults without dependents are facing a hit when it comes to basic food access in 9 WV counties, which have a disproportionate share of the state's population. For a good look at the problems this could cause, check out this great article the the Charleston Gazette-Mail's Lori Kersey.

The best outcome for the state of WV, for low income people, and for local charities and food banks is to slow this down and get it right.

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