Food access is about more than location- it's about affordability. Mapping food deserts is irrelevant if people cannot afford to shop there to feed their families, which is why communities with plenty of grocery stores still see folks struggling to put food on their tables.
If Rahm legitimately cared about food access and hungry people, he'd support raising wages and protecting good jobs (like public school teachers), instead of sending workers in the city on a continuous race to the bottom on wages & benefits.

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