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By Tom Fitton
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Jack'S Dollar Store
To much of the world, it was Monday. To Mario Batali, it was Day Four.
To much of the world, it was Monday. To Mario Batali, it was Day Four. The chef, his wife and their two teenage sons are eating for a week on the equivalent of a food stamp budget in protest of potential cuts pending in Congress to the benefit program used by more than 46 million Americans.