Down to the Dollar 

More than 1.1 million people in Washington state lost a portion of their food assistance benefits this month; here's one family's story

Brittny Eidsvoog's most recent receipt from Walmart stretches two feet and 148 items long. Her groceries — about $400 worth — typically don't last until the 10th of the following month, when her food stamps kick in. So she and her…

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