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How the CARES Act is providing this community with free meals

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A town in Vermont has used money from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act to develop a program that is kickstarting local businesses while feeding members of its community who are food insecure. “This is huge for Brattleboro,” says Stephanie Bonin, who runs the Everyone Eats program. “And I also think that it is huge for the feeling of community that COVID took away from us.” NBC’s Harry Smith has this week’s Sunday Spotlight.