North Carolina residents aren’t the only ones affected by the restoration of the three-month food-stamp limit. In Tennessee, Terry Work’s 27-year-old deaf son was denied disability payments, meaning he is considered able-bodied. And that means he stands to lose his food stamps, even though she said her son has trouble keeping a job because of his deafness. More than 1 million low-income residents in 21 states started losing their government food stamps in January if they failed to meet work requirements.
North Carolina residents aren’t the only ones affected by the restoration of the three-month food-stamp limit. In Tennessee, Terry Work’s 27-year-old deaf son was denied disability payments, meaning he is considered able-bodied. And that means he stands to lose his food stamps, even though she said her son has trouble keeping a job because of his deafness. More than 1 million low-income residents in 21 states started losing their government food stamps in January if they failed to meet work requirements. Mark Humphrey AP
North Carolina residents aren’t the only ones affected by the restoration of the three-month food-stamp limit. In Tennessee, Terry Work’s 27-year-old deaf son was denied disability payments, meaning he is considered able-bodied. And that means he stands to lose his food stamps, even though she said her son has trouble keeping a job because of his deafness. More than 1 million low-income residents in 21 states started losing their government food stamps in January if they failed to meet work requirements. Mark Humphrey AP

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