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What I learned from a week on food stamps: Paul Ryan couldn’t be any more wrong – Salon.com

“Food is one of the most cost effective forms of prevention,” Sarah Franklin explains. Obesity, cognitive abilities, and heart disease are all linked to eating habits. “Making sure that people have access to food is, in my mind, one of the most important and no-brainer policies,” she says. “The food stamp program, even though it’s not the perfect program — to make cuts to that program is idiotic.”

What I learned from a week on food stamps: Paul Ryan couldn’t be any more wrong – Salon.com.

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January 20, 2014 at 11:15 am

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