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Loss Of SNAP Is Associated With Food Insecurity And Poor Health In Working Families With Young Children
by Stephanie Ettinger de Cuba, Mariana Chilton, Allison Bovell-Ammon, Molly Knowles, Sharon M. Coleman, Maureen M. Black, John T. Cook, Diana B. Cutts, Patrick H. Casey, Timothy C. Heeren, and Deborah A. Frank
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