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Trump Admin To Kick Hundreds Of Thousands Of 'Able-Bodied' Off Food Stamps

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Trump Admin To Kick Hundreds Of Thousands Of 'Able-Bodied' Off Food Stamps

Trump Admin To Kick Hundreds Of Thousands Of 'Able-Bodied' Off Food Stamps

The Trump administration plans to kick hundreds of thousands of Americans off food stamps.

On Wednesday, it finalized a rule that would increase federal enforcement of the safety-net program.

It's part of a broader initiative to limit access to SNAP, which also includes proposals to shift its eligibility formula.

Under the new rule, able-bodied adults without children would face stricter work requirements for enrollment.

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