Congressional Bills Address Food Deserts

WASHINGTON — A bipartisan coalition in the House and Senate on Tuesday introduced bills that will invest $500 million to reduce the number of low-income Americans living in so-called “food deserts” — areas without adequate access to supermarkets selling fresh foods.

WASHINGTON — A bipartisan coalition in the House and Senate on Tuesday introduced bills that will invest $500 million to reduce the number of low-income Americans living in so-called “food deserts” — areas without adequate access to supermarkets selling fresh foods.

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