For the first time in his life Michael Schumacker, a carpenter in Mays, N.J., says he does not know where he is going to come up with enough money to properly feed his six children.
He's been the victim of layoffs several times and is struggling to live on unemployment benefits.
"At times I feel like I've failed my kids," Schumacker says. "I keep pushing and pushing and pushing and nothing comes back to us. It's just like we're running out of answers we really are."
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