Delbert Shorter with his cocker spaniel, Madge, on his way to the Carter Burden Center for the Aging, where a caseworker helped him reapply for food stamp benefits, in New York, last July. Now hundreds of thousands of people could soon lose food stamps as states reimpose time limits and work requirements that were suspended in recent years because of high unemployment, state officials and advocates for the poor said Friday.
Delbert Shorter with his cocker spaniel, Madge, on his way to the Carter Burden Center for the Aging, where a caseworker helped him reapply for food stamp benefits, in New York, last July. Now hundreds of thousands of people could soon lose food stamps as states reimpose time limits and work requirements that were suspended in recent years because of high unemployment, state officials and advocates for the poor said Friday. Angel Franco The New York Times
Delbert Shorter with his cocker spaniel, Madge, on his way to the Carter Burden Center for the Aging, where a caseworker helped him reapply for food stamp benefits, in New York, last July. Now hundreds of thousands of people could soon lose food stamps as states reimpose time limits and work requirements that were suspended in recent years because of high unemployment, state officials and advocates for the poor said Friday. Angel Franco The New York Times

Hundreds of thousands could lose food stamps as states restore limits

April 02, 2016 12:09 AM

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