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  • Food pantries expect more needy

    In the wake of the state's removal of a work/volunteer exemption for food stamp recipients, nonprofits and other agencies like Loaves & Fishes food pantry at Holy Comforter Episcopal Church on Park Road are preparing for an influx of clientele. (video originally published on Jan. 12, 2016)

In the wake of the state's removal of a work/volunteer exemption for food stamp recipients, nonprofits and other agencies like Loaves & Fishes food pantry at Holy Comforter Episcopal Church on Park Road are preparing for an influx of clientele. (video originally published on Jan. 12, 2016) Video by John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
In the wake of the state's removal of a work/volunteer exemption for food stamp recipients, nonprofits and other agencies like Loaves & Fishes food pantry at Holy Comforter Episcopal Church on Park Road are preparing for an influx of clientele. (video originally published on Jan. 12, 2016) Video by John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

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