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Of all the preposterous assumptions of Humanity over Humanity, nothing exceeds the criticisms made on the habits of the poor by the well-housed, well-warmed, and well-fed. ~Herman Melville

Tracy Walker
School district is trying to remove low-income students by denying anonymous attempts at paying their lunch debts Intersectional Feminism, Equal Rights, Cultura Pop, Faith In Humanity, Social Justice, Economic Justice, Social Issues, World Problems, Memes

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28, Czech Two persons blog - Wolviecat who draws and Panda (not included in title because she is younger) who writes Currently in Hamilton Hell - come and say hi on my ask blog...

How cuts to food stamp program could increase 'poor outcomes' for the food insecure Food Insecurity, Trump New, Food Stamps, Finding Joy, Insecure, One In A Million, Hunger Games, Politics

Trump's Food-Stamp Policy Will Only Make Poverty Worse

The president wants to make it harder for jobless people to obtain food stamps.

Republicans plan massive cuts to programs for the poor Under pressure to balance the budget and align with Trump, the House GOP has its eye on food stamps, welfare and perhaps even veterans’ benefits. By RACHAEL BADE and SARAH FERRIS AM EDT Updated AM EDT Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Veterans Benefits, West New York, Big Government, Food Stamps, A Food, How To Plan, Management, Budget

Trump wants to start charging stores to accept food stamps

The Office of Management and Budget says the fee would be assessed when stores sign up and would require renewal after five years.

Obama USDA met 30 times with the Mexican gov’t to promote food-stamp use among Mexican immigrants, Mexican nationals, and migrant communities in America. Now you know why there isn't enough tax dollars for education, Medicare, etc for US citizens. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Food Assistance, Love Drug, Arizona, Criminal Background Check, Federal Budget, The Daily Caller, Operation, Big Government

Food stamp changes would mainly affect those living in extreme poverty

The Trump administration’s proposed rule change to food stamps could leave hundreds of thousands of financially vulnerable Americans without the ability to purchase food, a new study finds.