End of unemployment benefit will see rise in food banks


Are expected to see increased the man with the end of the weekly $600 federal unemployment benefit made possible by the cares act, which expired Friday. Here's W. BP's Clayton Nevil. The money was made available as a result of the economic hardships brought on by the Corona virus pandemic. Dr Valerie Hawthorne with the North Texas Food Bank. We do know that food security is tied to economic security. So as households are receiving less money, they're gonna have to make some tough decisions. Hawthorne anticipating demand to rise Over the next few weeks, a

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