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Just two years ago, more than 90 percent of New Yorkers applying for food stamps and other benefits received them in a timely fashion. Now, it’s fewer than 30 percent. Podcast co-hosts Christina Greer and Harry Siegel discuss what it means for New Yorkers, and for the mayor, when stuff isn’t getting done.

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