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Homeless Advocates Rally To End Meal Limits

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More than 750,000 people find themselves homeless every day in America. While shelters and organizations provide meals for those in need daily, still hundreds of thousands of people go hungry on a daily basis. No where is the issue more controversial than Gainesville where homeless advocates say current restrictions keep all of the hungry from being fed every day. Kaitlyn Ash reports on Saturday’s rally designed to end Gainesville meal limits.

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