A program to provide low-income people vouchers to buy fresh fruits and vegetables may see its county funding cut in half at the Board of Supervisors’ meeting today in Los Angeles. L.A. County has to decide how to spend the second round of funding from the American Rescue Plan, and it has proposed spending $1 million for next year, down from the $2 million it allocated for the current fiscal year. Frank Tamborello, executive director of Hunger Action Los Angeles, […]