Georgia faces deep food stamp cuts

WASHINGTON – Georgia could lose nearly $700 million annually in food stamp funds under cuts proposed by the Trump Administration. Anti-hunger advocates fear the $193 billion reduction President Donald Trump proposes to the federal food stamp program during the next 10 years will hurt millions of needy Americans who rely it for their daily sustenance. Read the full article on the Valdosta Daily Times.

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