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Senior Research Fellow on Domestic Policy at the Heritage Foundation

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Federal money for  food stamps  has almost doubled since the start of the Great Recession, now covering 48 million people.

Despite Tough Times, Is There a War on Food Stamps?

Federal money for food stamps has almost doubled since the start of the Great Recession, now covering 48 million people.

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The Agriculture Department says that  49 million Americans did not get enough to eat  last year.  Scholars at Cornell and Washington Universities report that half America's children…

Hunger in America

The Agriculture Department says that 49 million Americans did not get enough to eat last year.  Scholars at Cornell and Washington Universities report that half America's children…

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President Obama has repeated his campaign pledge to reduce "the trend of rising hunger," which  recent reports  call worse than ever.

Americans Are Too Fat and Too Hungry

President Obama has repeated his campaign pledge to reduce "the trend of rising hunger," which recent reports call worse than ever.

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