Democratic Attorneys General Sue to Block Trump Food Stamp Cuts

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Fourteen states, New York City and the District of Columbia asked the courts to block the Trump administration from imposing tougher work requirements on food stamp recipients.

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Published on January 17, 2020 -  02:49
Moneywatch: States Sue Trump Over Plan To Cut Food Stamp Benefits
More than a dozen states are suing the Trump Administration over the plan.

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Capital of the United States of America
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45th president of the United States
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