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Rep. Ralph Norman, District 5, South Carolina explains the changes to the food stamp program that will take effect in April 2020.

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"The Trump administration on Wednesday tightened work requirements for food stamp recipients. The new rule will take effect in April 2020.
The Agriculture Department estimates the change would save roughly $5.5 billion over five years and cut benefits for nearly 700,000 SNAP recipients.
Under current rules, work-eligible, able-bodied adults between 18 and 49 and without dependents can receive only three months of SNAP benefits in a three-year period if they don't meet the 20-hour work requirement. States with high unemployment rates or a lack of sufficient jobs can waive those time limits.
Under the new rule, states can only issue waivers if a city or county has an unemployment rate of 6 percent or higher. The waivers will be good for one year and will require the governor to support the request."

President Donald J. Trump on Thursday challenged House Democrats to impeach him “fast” and ship the process over to the Senate, where he threatened to seek testimony from top Democrats including House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter, and Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell speaks on the Senate floor after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced that Democrats will proceed with articles of impeachment against President Donald J. Trump.

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Breaking News! House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced today that the Democrats will proceed with the impeachment.

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