There’s a hunger crisis among American seniors, and it’s been getting worse for years. According a June 2016 report issued by the National Foundation for Senior Hunger, more than 10 million elderly Americans faced the “threat of hunger” in 2014 – a number that increased by 65 percent between 2007 and 2014. While the total number of seniors grew by 119 percent from 2001 to 2014, the proportion who are forced to confront hunger jumped by 47 percent.

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Letter: Kansas needs to look at why fiscal problems began to appear in the first place

I spent my career in information processing. I had the good fortune to spend many years working with a group of mainframe... Read more

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