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USDA report shows food insecurity is growing across the country

The USDA released its annual report on food security in the United States, and found that last year some 17 million households were food insecure.

Reset gets reaction to the report and hears how the end of pandemic-era public assistance programs might be leading to precarity in the Chicago area.

GUEST: Sophie Milam, Vice President of Public Policy and Advocacy at the Greater Chicago Food Depository

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