Food pantries see growing need in New Mexico as food stamp benefits drop

Jan 5, 2014 Full story: Alamogordo Daily News

LAS CRUCES >> In just a year, 1,000 extra families lined up at Casa de Peregrinos to get help from the largest food pantry in Las Cruces.

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NOMOREYEARS

Albuquerque, NM

#1 Jan 5, 2014
Wow really - just another hand out that people living on the gravy train get for doing nothing.

Amazing maybe they should try to upgrade their skills, get a job and
start making their way in life instead of living off the backs of the 53
percent that support the other 47 percent.

Entitlement state rears it's ugly head again.

New Mexico is always at the top of the worst lists and at the bottom of the best lists - must be in the water.

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