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A South Bend lawmaker's bill to let people with prior drug convictions receive food stamps passed the Indiana Senate Tuesday on a 43-7 vote. Democrat Sen. John Broden had introduced the bill several times in the past …
South Bend Tribune · 2/3/2016
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Expanding access to SNAP benefits,also known as food stamps is the goal of a new bill being heard right now in the Indiana legislature. This bill would lift a ban that 39 other states have already eliminated. That law …
WSBT 22 · 2/2/2016
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A GOP lawmaker has drafted a bill to outlaw the provision of food stamps to individuals convicted of terrorist offenses. Republican Rep. Bruce Poliquin of Maine presented the legislation in the U.S. House of …
Opposing Views · 2/3/2016
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or attend education or job-training courses at least 80 hours a month in order to receive food stamps. The rules were put in place in 1996, spearheaded by then-Rep. John Kasich of Ohio, and signed into law by …
The Inquisitr · 1/31/2016
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The way food stamps are distributed in Sampson County will probably change ... The requirements began in 1996 under the welfare reform law signed by President Bill Clinton. Now, a provision applies to able-bodied …
Clintonnc · 2/4/2016
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More than 1 million low-income residents in 21 states could soon lose their government food stamps if they fail to meet work requirements ... under the 1996 welfare reform law signed by President Bill Clinton and sponsored by then-Rep.
The Florida Times-Union Jacksonville · 2/1/2016
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The work-for-food requirements were first enacted under the 1996 welfare reform law signed by President Bill Clinton and sponsored by then ... And that means he stands to lose his food stamps, even though she said …
Arkansas Online · 1/31/2016
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he said. Still the bill was cleared for the full house floor. Another bill that cleared was one that turns food stamp fraud into a felony, rather than just a misdemeanor.
cltampa.com · 2/3/2016
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For seven years Cheryl Ashe has been pleading with the Indiana General Assembly to let people with drug convictions receive food stamps. The South Bend woman, who volunteers her time to connect people recently released from prison with resources …
The News-Banner · 1/30/2016
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