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How Does the Washington Post Know That the White House "Believes" Trump Plan for Food Stamps Would Improve Food Quality?

Hey, I thought it was just a way to give a middle finger to low income people for getting government aid, but the Washington Post tells readers that the plan to provide baskets of food in place of the current cash-like system where we allow people to buy what the food they want: "It would do this [hugely cut spending on food stamps] in part by requiring many beneficiaries to accept food deliveries in addition to financial assistance, a change the White House believes will improve nutrition quality and cut back on costs.
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