Food or Fighting? Is the US Spending Its Tax Money Wisely? In the past year the price of what the government recommends as the minimal nutritional diet has risen 7.2 percent, with the prices of particular staples rising even more. Eggs alone have gone up 20 percent. Food stamp allocations on the other hand, haven't changed since last fall — and won’t increase again until October.
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