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Indiana food bank reaches compromise on prayer

March 29, 2012

[USATODAY] by Tim Evans

SEYMOUR, Ind. – A faith-based food pantry in southern Indiana is back in good graces with the federal Emergency Food Assistance Program and will be allowed to continue asking recipients if they want to pray.

Paul Brock, founder of Community Provisions of Jackson County, met a Wednesday night deadline for an agreement that will allow the food pantry to once again receive free food items through the federal program. Read story»

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