Volunteer Rosalinda Taculad (left), of Marysville, scoops up a handful of fruit containers to be packed into food bags for local schools with kids in need at the Marysville Community Food Bank on April 27. Funding for some of the food bank’s programs comes from Community Development Block Grants which the Trump administration proposes to eliminate. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Trump plan would cut grants that help the most vulnerable

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