PHILADELPHIA -- Pennsylvania Gov. Edward Rendell last week said the state would launch an initiative to support the development of supermarkets in low-income areas in the state. another $30 million. Last year, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives Committee of Health and Human Services urged state and local governments to create economic incentives to encourage the development of supermarkets in urban neighborhoods.
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