Randy Ruella, 3, waits in line for groceries at the Greater Waterbury Interfaith Ministries in Waterbury, Connecticut. Waterbury, once a thriving industrial city with one of the largest brass manufacturing bases in the world, has suffered economically in recent decades as manufacturing jobs have left the area. (Photo: Getty Images)
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