A poor, Trump-voting Florida town opened a government grocery store to end its food desert, but it's "not socialism"

68% of the 1600 residents of of Baldwin, Florida — where the median income is $44k/year — voted for Trump in 2016, and in the years since, they’ve lost their only grocery store, which has been a particular hardship for the large number of seniors who live there, many of whom are no longer able … Continue reading A poor, Trump-voting Florida town opened a government grocery store to end its food desert, but it’s “not socialism”