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AS UNEMPLOYMENT REACHES ITS highest level since the Great Depression, millions of Americans have been left scrambling to get by. As of early April, almost a third of U.S. adults were unable to afford necessities like rent or food, according to an Urban Institute survey; the crisis is bound to deepen.

For many, financial survival could come down to desperate measures, like dipping

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