Food stamps: a lifeline for America’s poor that Trump wants to cut
Residents of the Congress Heights section of Washington DC tell of the devastating impact the president’s plan to cut food stamps would have on their families
Yadda, yadda, cuts, teh bastards, chunter.
They then talk to a number of people who get food stamps. None of whom, so far as I can see, would lose any money under the proposals.
Because what is being said is that eligibility should be tightened up to what it was pre-recession. Particularly, able bodied (and single,) people will have to do at least some work (which, from memory, can be as little as 6 hours volunteering a week) to get them.
But here’s The G interviewing disabled people with children about the coming loss of their food stamps, something that isn’t going to happen.