Meanwhile, in Ohio you will work for your foodstamps **EDIT**
Ohio is introducing a work program for able bodied individuals on food stamps.
Ohio has long expected cash recipients to participate in a work program but in the case of foodstamps this is new.
Do you think work programs will make people feel better about all those "lazy poor people"?
What do you think would be a fair work exchange for say 200 a month in foodstamps?
I think working is great but when you have to put in 30 or 40 hours a week for 600 a month or much less that sounds like slave labor.
**EDITED TO ADD** This is about ablebodied people without dependants who get 138 a month in ohio. 20 hours a week for 138 a month. Just for clarity.
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