Imjustsaying Wrote:
Apr 10, 2013 6:37 PM
As a former SNAP recipient I would like to ask you all this. Why have none of you mentioned the increase in cost of living, increase in cost of education, increase in numbers of homes with single parents, increase in numbers of jobs lost due to factory closures, teacher layoffs and such. What about the increase in the cost of healthcare? Factor that in with a poverty level that hasn't changed in years, wages that have not risen to meet the cost of living, food and energy. Those are things that affect everyone's ability to buy necessities