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The Wall Street Journal reports that food bank network Feeding America is out with a study saying that “37 million Americans—or one in eight people—turned to food pantries and soup kitchens during the 2009 recession, forcing some sites to cut meal portions and turn away people.” The study also says that “46% more people visited a hunger-relief charity at least once in 2009 than did in 2005.”
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