A supermarket displays stickers indicating they accept food stamps. Many grocers do as the number of children and families receiving food stamps remains high years after the Great Recession was supposed to have ended in 2009.
A supermarket displays stickers indicating they accept food stamps. Many grocers do as the number of children and families receiving food stamps remains high years after the Great Recession was supposed to have ended in 2009. Seth Wenig The Associated Press
A supermarket displays stickers indicating they accept food stamps. Many grocers do as the number of children and families receiving food stamps remains high years after the Great Recession was supposed to have ended in 2009. Seth Wenig The Associated Press

New census data show more children on food stamps than before the Great Recession

January 29, 2015 11:18 AM