Ohio Food Stamp “Workfare”—What Is The Problem?

Beginning in 2014, Ohio residents without children will have to do work if they want to get food stamps. The Columbus Dispatch reports: “To qualify for benefits, able-bodied adults without children will be required to spend at least 20 hours a week working, training for a job, volunteering or performing a similar type of activity unless they live in one of 16 counties exempt because of high unemployment. The requirements begin next month; however, those failing to meet them would not lose benefits Read more […]