NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 11, 1998
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(Studio: Dawn Fratangelo) Report introduced.
(Chicago: Roger O'Neil) The dark side of welfare reform in which people become dependent on private organizations for food featured; statistics cited on the demand for food across the nation from the hungry working poor. [Janitor and former welfare recipient James BOBO, "Second Harvest" Sister Christine VLADIMIROFF, International Union of Gospel Missions Rev. Steve BURGER, Michigan resident Marva LIVINGSTON-HAMMONS - comment on the need for food and other help.]
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