One in six people – or 17 percent of Nevadans – live with hunger on an ongoing basis.
That's according to a new report from the Food Research and Action Center. Jocelyn Lantrip is with the Food Bank of Northern Nevada. She says many of her clients are families where one or both parents work multiple low-wage, part-time jobs, and still struggle.
"They're still having to choose between their rent and food, or medical care and food, and those are tough choices."