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Congress May Tighten Food Stamp Eligibility As Participation Reaches Record Levels

Congress is debating ways to tighten food stamp eligibility requirements to cut rising costs, according to Politico. Costs have been rising due to food price inflation and participation in the program by a record 46 million Americans. Unfortunately this means that Americans need food stamps more than ever. The Agricultural Department forecasts food prices to go up 3.5 to 4.
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