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Fewer kids could receive free school meals under House bill

Fewer students could receive free and reduced-price meals at school under Republican legislation approved by a House committee
Published: 05/18/16

Feds request polygamous fraud trial date be pushed back

Federal prosecutors are asking a judge to push back the trial date in a food stamp fraud case in a polygamous community on the Utah-Arizona border
Published: 05/17/16
Grilled vegetables put a new spin on shrimp salad

Grilled vegetables put a new spin on shrimp salad

Grilled shrimp and vegetable salad with Asian dressing adds a kiss of summer by tossing the veggies on the barbeque
Published: 05/17/16

Indianapolis chiropractor guilty in weight-loss drug case

An Indianapolis chiropractor has pleaded guilty to illegally dispensing weight loss drugs
Published: 05/17/16

Colleges open food pantries for students in need

A Connecticut college student has joined a growing number of college students who are turning to on-campus food pantries to fill their cupboards
Published: 05/16/16

Plant-based diet revolution could start in Lee County

Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, a physician, and T. Colin Campbell, who has studied nutrition for 60 years, evolved into two of the country's strongest proponents of whole-food, plant-based nutrition
Published: 05/14/16

House GOP floats food stamp cuts in effort to revive budget

Republicans controlling the House are proposing $23 billion worth of food stamp cuts over the coming decade
Updated one month ago

Chicago students applauded for making school lunch healthier

Some Chicago high school students are being recognized for their efforts to make school lunches healthier and tastier
Updated one month ago

Did polygamous sect have a right to share food stamps?

Attorneys are sparring about whether a jury should be allowed to consider if members of a polygamous sect accused of orchestrating a multimillion-dollar food stamp fraud scheme had a constitutional right to give the food to a communal storehouse
Updated one month ago

US charges 22 in $13 million Florida food stamp fraud

Federal prosecutors say 22 people have been charged with $13 million in food stamp fraud centered at a Miami-area flea market
Updated one month ago