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Georgia Welfare Cuts Leave Poor Citizens On Their Own

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GEORGIA WELFARE
Georgia Capitol. (Alamy) | Alamy

When the economy crashed in 2008, millions of Americans lost their jobs. Applications for food stamps soared. So did attendance at emergency food providers—soup kitchens and food pantries—that help the estimated 50 million people, working and non-working, who can't afford enough groceries to get through the month.

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