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Panhandlers in Downtown Eastside approve of the Save on Meat's Sandwich Token Program: study

Save on Meat's Sandwich Token Program is meant to ensure money people give to panhandlers is used for food, not drugs and alcohol. Jayson Shurgold, a researcher with Contagion Consulting Group conducted a survey on the program and says 86 percent of panhandlers asked believe the program is a good idea. 


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