President Donald Trump has credited the economy for falling food stamp enrollment numbers, but there may be a lot more to it.
“We have grown increasingly concerned about the nutrition policies being pushed by the Majority. Items you have outlined in your meetings with us and that have been reported in the press are a significant cause of concern,” 19 Democratic House Committee on Agriculture members wrote in a joint letter to ranking member Congressman Collin Peterson Thursday.
Republicans want to cut food stamps, but they're already insufficient.
Philadonna Wade gets $480 in food stamps each month.
Revived rules designed to incentivize people looking for work result in the loss of benefits for 500,000 to 1 million people.
No More Twerk n’ Jerk! Kansas House Bill 2258 bans government assistance money from being used on fun.