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Charles E. Shoemaker II/The Gazette
A sign on the front door of the Kensington Safeway explains in Spanish that the store does not accept WIC, a federal program to provide basic nutrition to low income women and children. The store was denied its license last year because prices on staple goods were too high. A company spokesman said about 20 people come into the store weekly that want to use WIC and the store reapplied for the license last week.