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Food Banks: The Frontline Against Hunger

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James Gwynn, 69, waits for his turkey at the Bread For The City food bank in Washington D.C.
Patrick Madden
James Gwynn, 69, waits for his turkey at the Bread For The City food bank in Washington D.C.

Local food banks say they are seeing longer lines, brand-new faces, and handing out less food.

Patrick Madden reports...

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