In Kentucky Some Fear, Some Cheer Proposed Food Stamp Cuts

Depending on one’s political perspective, the $40 billion cut to the U.S. food stamp assistance program – recently passed by the Republican-controlled House of Representatives and now under consideration by the Democrat-led Senate – is either a measure to curb a growing culture of dependency or is cold indifference to those most in need.  The debate over food stamps continues in Kentucky, a southern state with one of the highest poverty rates in the United States.

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