Should Food Stamps Buy Fast Food?

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Sherrie Tussler, executive director, Hunger Task Force of Milwaukee. Her piece, "Poor People Need Access, Dignity, Choices" ran in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

The number of Americans relying on food stamps has jumped 70 percent since 2007. As more people join the program, there's a growing debate over whether or not recipients should be able to use food stamps at fast food restaurants.

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