President Trump is Making America Great Again more and more each day. Here is some good news for our country.
Food stamp enrollment has dropped over the past year in 47 out of 50 states, according to recent U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) statistics on nationwide food stamp enrollment.
The majority of states saw huge declines in the number of people enrolling in SNAP – over the past year, with 47 states reporting a decline in enrollment between September 2017 and September 2018, according to the latest USDA date.
Some states have reported double-digit drops in food stamp enrollment. Food stamp enrollment went down the most in Texas of course, where 32.2 percent of food stamp recipients dropped out of the welfare program.
North Carolina took second place, with 18.9 percent of residents opting out of food stamps, and Alaska took third with 15.2 percent of residents stopping their participation in the program.
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According to the latest USDA data, 3.5 million Americans discontinued their participation in SNAP since President Donald Trump’s first full month in office. Here is a report via Breitbart:
The most recent USDA data reveals that 38,577,141 Americans received benefits through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)—otherwise known as the federal government program responsible for giving out food stamps—in September 2018.
When Trump took office in February 2017, 42,134,301 Americans had been receiving SNAP benefits, according to the data.
The most up-to-date numbers also show enrollment in food stamps has declined for 11 straight months.
Using the latest data from the USDA, here is the month-by-month breakdown of how many people canceled their SNAP benefits in fiscal year (FY) 2018:
October to November: 4,050,688
November to December: 357,508
December to January: 740,952
January to February: 385,456
February to March: 39,701
March to April: 426,055
April to May: 139,570
May to June: 175,204
June to July: 352,584
July to August: 86,238
August to September: 297,116
This is just a reminder of what happens when a Republican gets in office and does what he’s promised to do. Republicans want you working and making a living for yourselves..whereas Democrats want to keep you down. Look at how many jobs they’ve destroyed over the years. This is why it’s important to have a President that puts the American people first.
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Read more on the story via Breitbart:
Only two states reported slight increases in enrollment during this time frame. Kansas reported a 3.2 percent increase in residents participating in SNAP, and Colorado reported a 1.6 increase in food stamp usage, according to the data.
The third state, Rhode Island, did not report its data to the USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) because it has been experiencing issues reporting data on state-level food stamp participation since February 2017.
Nationwide, food stamp usage has been on a steady decline because of welfare reforms implemented at the state level over the past few years.
According to the latest USDA data, 3.5 million Americans discontinued their participation in SNAP since President Donald Trump’s first full month in office.
It is unclear whether enrollment in the nation’s food stamp program will continue its steady decline from 2013 onward with the relaxed provisions on welfare reform in the 2018 Farm Bill which recently passed Congress.
The bill is headed to Trump’s desk, where he is expected to approve the measure even though he had urged the Senate to pass the work requirements provision and other welfare reform measures in August.