A woman heads into the Friendly Store along Elm Avenue in west Fresno. Displayed in the doorway are a food stamp card notice and a large yellow sign declaring acceptance of EBT cards.
A woman heads into the Friendly Store along Elm Avenue in west Fresno. Displayed in the doorway are a food stamp card notice and a large yellow sign declaring acceptance of EBT cards. EPZ Fresno Bee file photo
A woman heads into the Friendly Store along Elm Avenue in west Fresno. Displayed in the doorway are a food stamp card notice and a large yellow sign declaring acceptance of EBT cards. EPZ Fresno Bee file photo

Fresno County supervisors OK fast food buys for some welfare recipients

March 01, 2016 12:08 PM

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