Yes Virginia, I Think It’s A Recession


Davidson County has seen a nearly 9.3 percent increase in the number of households on food stamps, while counties such as Rutherford, Cheatham and Wilson have seen more than 15 percent increases. That’s mainly because they’re fast-growing communities with rapidly increasing unemployment rates, Johnson said. Sumner and Williamson counties also saw a nearly 10 percent hike.

Tennessee sees record number of people on food stamps | www.tennessean.com | The Tennessean.

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