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  • In 'God's Country,' tough times lead to more hunger

    Lee Marshall is one of a growing number of rural Plumas County seniors who, because of economic setbacks, must survive in part on food provided to them by government agencies.

Lee Marshall is one of a growing number of rural Plumas County seniors who, because of economic setbacks, must survive in part on food provided to them by government agencies. Eli Hiller The Sacramento Bee
Lee Marshall is one of a growing number of rural Plumas County seniors who, because of economic setbacks, must survive in part on food provided to them by government agencies. Eli Hiller The Sacramento Bee

In rural north state, more seniors depend on government for daily meals

July 04, 2016 6:00 AM

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