Food stamp reform signed into law
|Updated: 4/30 2:19 pm
||Published: 4/30 2:19 pm
Governor Mary Fallin has signed a food stamp reform bill into law.
Starting November 1st food stamp eligibility will be limited for adults under the age of 50 who do not have minor children. The bill now requires those individuals to perform 20 hours of work.
The United States has a record number of people receiving food assistance, 47 million people currently qualify.
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