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06-22-2013 03:05 PM
|People in Household||October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013|
|1||$200 6.66 @ person per day|
|2||$367 6.12 @ person per day|
|3||$526 5.84 @ person per day|
|4||$668 5.66 @ person per day|
|5||$793 5.28 @ person per day|
|6||$952 5.29 @ person per day|
|7||$1052 5.01 @ person per day|
|8||$1202 5.01 @ person per day|
|Each additional person||
06-22-2013 03:38 PM - edited 06-22-2013 03:40 PM
OK 'ol cooter:
tell the rest of the story....
rent assist... utilites etc
free meals at school for the kiddies, in addition to the snap
a phone of their own complete with NO bill attached...
tell the WHOLE rest of the story.
06-22-2013 04:07 PM
Labor Force Participation Among SNAP Recipients Is High
"The overwhelming majority of SNAP recipients who can work do so. Among SNAP households with at least one working-age, non-disabled adult, more than half work while receiving SNAP — and more than 80 percent work in the year prior to or the year after receiving SNAP. The rates are even higher for families with children — more than 60 percent work while receiving SNAP, and almost 90 percent work in the prior or subsequent year."
06-22-2013 04:17 PM
Kraft, I have to admit, you are smarter than I thought. Posting all this pro-liberal stuff to make sure you don't get the IRS to audit your millions. You are probably really more conservative than I am. LOL
06-22-2013 04:38 PM
I say give the needy even more food stamps, no one should go hungry in America...........................................................................But! Someone partaking of "commodity assistance" should be ineligible to vote in elections, that way the Democrats couldn`t get the rest of their socialistic agenda through. It`s kind of like someone working for a organization shouldn`t be able to raise their own salary.
Okay I know I know "well farmers shouldn`t be able to vote if they`re in the farm program either!!!" Sure I`ll take that deal! Republicans would sacrifice farmers that are less than 1% of their voters in order to put 47% of Democrat voters out of commission, that would be a good deal!