"What we have seen is that older Ohioans will say 'I know it's tough out there and I don't want to take anything away from other people, especially kids,'" said Keller. "It's a zero sum game. They think if they're getting something, then they must be taking something from other people. It's important for seniors to understand they they're not.
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