35 million Americans live in poverty and donâ€™t have enough to eat. More than a third of those are children. Because of lay-offs and downsizing, many people who never expected to need help are turning to food banks, which are struggling to meet demands. As Kim Riemland reports, United Methodists holding their General Conference in Pittsburgh decided to not just talk about hunger, but roll up their sleeves and do something about it.
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