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SNAP Benefits Saved in Congressional Farm Bill

Written by Seth DiStefano on December 14, 2018

WOWK-TV – Over 340-thousand West Virginians use federally funded SNAP benefits to feed their families. In some cases able-bodied adults with no dependents must work or volunteer 20 hours per week, to get their food card. The multi-billion dollar farm bill that just passed Congress was originally intending to increase work requirements to keep SNAP benefits, but instead that idea was dropped. Read/View.

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