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Trump administration pursues a rule that would end food stamps for 3.1 million people

The Trump administration on Tuesday will propose a rule to tighten food stamp restrictions that would cut about 3.1 million people from the program, …Read more

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Trump administration pursues a rule that would end food stamps for 31 million people

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Trump administration pursues rule that would remove 31 million people from food stamps
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Nearly 5 million Americans have been lifted off food stamps About 36 million people not nearly conditions The Trump administration has refused to defend the Affordable Care Act against a lawsuit that would end protection for patients
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House farm bill passes with controversial food stamp changes

House Democrats walked away from the bill in committee because it would impose stricter work requirements on between 5 million and 7 million recipients of food stamps people move out of poverty How quickly Congress is able to deliver a bill for Trump
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The Latest Hospital groups protest cuts in Trump budget

Its part of the administrations drive to require work in anti-poverty programs including food stamps The nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation estimates that 14 million to 4 million low-income people Trump is relying on an optimistic projection
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The Trump administration also provided money for states to administer food stamps through February to back off plans to end a program known as a temporary protected status that has allowed hundreds of thousands of people to come to the United
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