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Increase In ‘Chronic Emergency’ Hunger, Despite Positive Economic Indicators

Economic & Public Policy Research Director Mark Melnik is interviewed in this piece about how continuing demands for food assistance in western Massachusetts appear to clash with the trends that suggest the state economy is steadily improving.

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