More will have to work to keep food stamps

Georgia plans to significantly expand the number of counties that require food stamp recipients with no children to find a job, extending the program from three to 24 counties across the state. The extension will bring another 10,000 people under the work mandate, presenting them with an ultimatum: get a job or lose your food stamps.

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