Trump's Hunger Games

December 2019
Nation;12/30/2019, Vol. 309 Issue 16, p3
Donald Trump's plutocratic administration has been promising to "reform" the food stamp program for months. Those are the waivers the Trump administration is now rescinding. Perhaps the biggest indictment of the Trump administration's values is that this "reform" stresses that those who work will retain eligibility for food stamps.


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