SNAP usage has skyrocketed from 17 million in 2000 to 47 million! Bill Clinton put the work requirement in for anyone applying for SNAP but Barrack took it out. Obama’s policy on SNAP has encouraged participation in SNAP. We’ve reported on different things the Obama administration has done throughout the years to push people to enlist in SNAP. From commercials targeted towards Senior citizens to Spanish language commercials targeting Hispanics.

Food stamp use has increased nearly 300 percent nationwide since 2014, despite a drop in the poverty rate, according to a report released Wednesday by The Foundation for Government Accountability.

“Even though poverty rates are declining, the number of people receiving food stamps continues to climb,” the report detailed. “Food stamp spending is growing ten times as fast as federal revenues.”

According to their report — “Restoring Work Requirements Will Help Solve the Food Stamp Crisis” — the problem results from less restrictive eligibility requirements.

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The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is the main agency in charge of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). According to its own findings, SNAP has increased from 17 million participants in 2000 to nearly 47 million in 2014. Concurrently, work requirements were waived in many states.

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