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One way to revamp the food-stamp program, which Congress is now debating, is to financially reward those who buy more fruits and veggies.
Maybe, says Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew.
In a humming central fresh-food market, the leader shares laughs and pain with Greeks.
That's what progressives in Congress are demanding, while Republicans not only oppose a boost, some want repeal.
No one with a family working full-time at the lowest allowable income can possibly survive without major assistance.
Fearing shutdown, Republicans will push a CR before recess that includes the sequester cuts if budget talks fail.