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New government statistics on hunger come out today. Just in time for the return of Congress, which is set to resume final negotiations on a $4.5 billion child nutrition package. The bill would improve and expand school food programs for low-income students. And it's paid for, in part, by more than $2 billion in cuts from other low-income assistance programs, like food stamps. That's what caused the measure to get hung up in the House before the break.

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