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Missouri will no longer offer vouchers for low-income mothers and seniors to use at farmers' markets. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.
STATE LAWMAKERS CUT FUNDING FOR THE PROGRAM, EVEN THOUGH THE STATE WAS GETTING 4 DOLLARS FROM THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FOR EVERY DOLLAR IT SPENT.
THE THREE DOLLAR VOUCHERS OR COUPONS WENT TO LOW-INCOME MOTHERS AND SENIORS THROUGH THE WIC PROGRAM
LEAH BONEBRAKE SELLS EGGS, HONEY AND VEGETABLES AT THE COMMERCIAL STREET MARKET IN SPRINGFIELD