House approves legislation to cut $40B from food stamps

The House has voted to cut $40 billion over 10 years from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. The bill would require childless people ages 18 to 50 to become employed or undergo job training to receive food stamps. States would be allowed to require drug tests. People enrolled in other social-welfare programs would not be automatically eligible for food stamps.

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