More than 2.5 million households in Texas didn't always have enough food to eat in November, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. About two-thirds of those households were either Hispanic or Black.
As the pandemic continues, so do long lines at local food banks. The CEO of Feeding Texas says federal aid is needed to keep up with the extraordinary demand for food.
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