New study shows food insecurity level rising in county

For more than 17,000 people in Johnson County, uncertainty hangs over every meal.

They don’t know if they’ll have food to eat tomorrow or the day after. Parents worry that they’ll run out of groceries before the end of the week or the month, leaving their children hungry.

And the situation is getting worse.

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