More restaurants are targeting customers who use food stamps

The number of businesses approved to accept food stamps grew by a third from 2005 to 2010, U.S. Department of Agriculture records show, as vendors from convenience and dollar discount stores to gas stations and pharmacies increasingly joined the growing entitlement program. Now, restaurants, which typically have not participated in the program, are lobbying for a piece of the action. Louisville-based Yum! Brands, whose restaurants include Taco Bell, KFC, ... Full Story »

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by Asia S. Hinton - Sep. 7, 2011

Again this is good journalism because it’s bringing vast information on a topic that is of grave importance and can have a huge impact on many people. I do like that this article did site someone who did not agree with the idea, making the article a bit balanced.

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