More Americans selling hair, eggs to supplement lagging incomes

WASHINGTON - Hair, breast milk and eggs are doubling as ATM machines for some cash-strapped Americans such as April Hare. Out of work for more than two years and facing eviction from her home, Hare recalled Louisa May Alcott’s 19th-century novel and took to her computer. “I was just trying to find ways to make…

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