Federal judge halts Trump's proposed food stamp cutback for 700,000 Americans


Has thrown out a Trump administration moved to cut food stamp benefits the hundreds of thousands of people CBS News correspondent Jim Chris ULA reports A federal judge has struck down a Trump administration rule that would have cut food stamp benefits to some 700,000 jobless Americans Amidst of the covert 19 pandemic. University of Illinois professor Craig Gunderson is an expert on the so called snap program. The way snap a structure is that for each additional dollar individual makes is there's a 30% decline and benefit levels. Gunderson says. The idea that the food stamp program reduces the motivation to work. Is an absolute misconception. Jim Krystle, a CBS News

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