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Categories:Types, Letters
Published by: Washington Examiner on Sep 19, 2012
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial


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Phil Morton added this note
So more people are on food stamps but more people on food stamps are working and paying taxes. What exactly are we suppose to be mad about?
Teresa Kay Fulks-Dyer added this note
The waivers were approved ONLY IF the states submitted to the Feds the alternative methods the states planned to use to increase employment rolls by 20%. No one was given blanket waivers to the work requirements. I guess there are none so blind as those that will not see.
Teresa Kay Fulks-Dyer added this note
Did anyone actually read what was in this document? In that document I see "between 2007 and 2009 these numbers more than doubled," "states were still able to choose to enforce," "states either did not qualify or chose not to use it," etc.and a bunch of allowances for states via "may/if". Just like the work requirement waivers that Republican governors in 6 states requested.
Sara Johansen added this note
Is ANYONE surprised that once the work requirement for food stamps was removed that the rolls increased significantly!?
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