"The House" Says No To Food Stamps

The U.S. House passed a bill that would make around $4 billion in cuts annually to the almost $80 billion-a-year food stamp program. Tonight, a Tennessee Congressmen is defending the proposal. But social service agencies are worried.

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Infinity Eagle - 9/22/2013 3:33 AM
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How much do tax payers spend on meals for politicians every year? That should be cut first.

Phyl5 - 9/21/2013 5:54 PM
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I know lots of people who get food stamps, and other benefits who don't need them. I also know people who need them, but can't get them. Everyone receiving State or Federal assistance should legitimately qualify. I believe there would be enough money to cover the needy, if these programs were handled correctly.

Here2Opine - 9/21/2013 10:03 AM
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"It will also allow able bodied adults with no Children to work". Therein lies the problem. There are too many receiving help that don't truly need it. My sister has been on welfare for 3 decades, having children, raising her grandchildren, lazy husband.
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