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Los Angeles said it will provide $800 to thousands of food-service workers, as a 2nd stimulus plan languishes in Congress

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The city of Los Angeles is offering $800 to residents who live below the federal poverty line and work with food, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Wednesday. 

“Employees in our food-service industry have had to make painful sacrifices — and we have to do everything possible to support them through this time of economic upheaval,” Garcetti said in a press release. 

The one-time payments will be provided to 4,000 people in Los Angeles, the money coming from Garcetti’s nonprofit, The Mayor’s Fund, which over the summer raised $56 million to provide direct financial assistance to those most details ⇒

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