Times West Virginian – A group of state lawmakers who have been working on food insecurity are praising a $7.25 million allocation announced this week by Gov. Jim Justice. Read the full article.
Members of the West Virginia House of Delegates Food Insecurity Workgroup said they are grateful Justice allocating will use CARES Act funds to address many of the state’s needs.
“We are truly grateful Governor Justice has seen and heard the needs we have in West Virginia and made the decision to utilize our federal dollars to help reduce hunger throughout the state,” said Del. Larry Pack, R-Kanawha. “We know the need is dire, and these investments will go a long way in helping those people and groups doing immensely important work to feed our state’s hungry.”
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