Senate Hunger Caucus

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  • THE SENATE HUNGER Caucus is a bipartisan group of U.S. senators who have joined together to promote antihunger causes. Blanche Lincoln, an Arkansas Democrat, and Gordon Smith, an Oregon Republican, formed the caucus in June 2004. In the words of the ...

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    • Antipoverty Organizations
    • Children and Poverty
    • Causes of Poverty
    • Countries: Africa
    • Countries: Americas
    • Countries: Asia
    • Countries: Europe
    • Countries: Pacific
    • Economics of Poverty
    • Effects of Poverty
    • History of Poverty
    • Measurements and Definitions of Poverty
    • People
    • Politics and Poverty
    • Poverty Relief Initiatives
    • Religious and Secular Charities
    • Women and Poverty
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