Well (reading through the bad grammar), if they didn't have ANY job at all and being hungry got them to go out and get even a low-paying one then THAT'S gotta be a GOOD thing, right? I can't think that if a hungry SNAPer had a good-paying job he'd go out and get a lower-paying one just because he was hungry...The end result ranges from slower infant development, increased child illness, lower graduation rates, fewer students entering college and more Connecticut residents in low-paying jobs.
Advocacy Groups: New Solutions Needed for Growing Hunger Problem in Connecticut
The solution to hunger in Connecticut is not just stocking the shelves of food pantries, experts said at a symposium called "Rich State, Empty Plates" Thursday in Middletown.
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Since: Jan 08
#1 Dec 6, 2013
Solution: convince all the hungry SNAPers that politicians taste like chicken.
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