LINK Card, aka food stamps, worth twice as much at farmers markets through LINK Up Illinois program, Quinn says

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LINK Card, aka food stamps, worth twice as much at farmers markets through LINK Up Illinois program, Quinn says

by WLS – Chicago 1:44 mins

Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn was encouraging Chicago families to shop at farmers markets and take advantage of LINK Up Illinois, a program that doubles the value of food stamps, purchases made at farmers markets.

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