Staff photo by Jenna Walker/Chattanooga Times Free Press - Julie Kayser rubs her eyes in frustration while herson Zane Kayser, holding his son Bryson Kayser, asks for money in her home in Chattanooga, Tenn. Julie receives disability payments for her lupus and various other ailments alongside $41 a month in food stamps.
Staff photo by Jenna Walker/Chattanooga Times Free Press - Julie Kayser rubs her eyes in frustration while herson Zane Kayser, holding his son Bryson Kayser, asks for money in her home in Chattanooga, Tenn. Julie receives disability payments for her lupus and various other ailments alongside $41 a month in food stamps.
published Sunday, February 20th, 2011
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At 48, Julie Kayser expected to be firmly settled in her career and saving for retirement. Instead, the former fast-food manager depends on a disability check and is among one in six people in Hamilton County using food stamps to make ends meet.

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