Andrew Dys

October 3, 2013 5:11 PM

Government shutdown of WIC ‘devastating’ to York County new mothers, children

More than 7,300 families in York, Chester, and Lancaster counties – and 125,000 in S.C. – would lose benefits that provide baby formula, milk, and infant food.

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