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This week in the war on workers: Feeding kids is a good thing, no matter what Republicans say

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program does an amazing amount of good for people of all ages, but especially children. The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities runs through some of the facts about children and food stamps—useful background for when Republicans are trying to slash the program or are claiming it doesn’t help people: SNAP kept about 10.3 million people out of poverty in 2012, including about 4.
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