If you're wondering which companies offer the shortest route to the food stamps line, here they are.
In this weekly series, we'll be taking a look at cheap family dinners you can easily create on a food stamps budget.
Food stamps recipients are an invisible group, and we pass by them every day on the streets. We may not immediately recognize who's on food stamps, but with one in seven Americans counted as recipients, it's far too common.
Some states are trying to pass laws that would lead to mandatory drug testing for welfare recipients, particularly those on food stamps. Is this a valid screening tool, or just another form of discrimination?
If you've run into the problem of not being able to physically make it to the grocery store, you can still use your EBT card online at these select retailers. And if there's a store close to you that's not posted here, just give them a call and see if they'll take food stamps online.
A hot-button issue in the United States right now is whether or not to raise the minimum wage, with a subset of that being how it'll affect food stamps usage. In a really in-depth look, we take a look at some of the biggest factors affecting the relationship between food stamps and minimum wage, and what the smokescreens are that have been put in place.
The federal government has to deal with trillions of dollars going out to many sources, but some of them are pretty questionable.
In a subtle, slightly satirical way, New York Times writer Nicholas Kristof examines who's really on the leeching end of subsidies, and who they actually benefit.
The old and tired stereotypes of who's on food stamps need to go, especially when viewed in the light of who's actually on food stamps.
With eight states officially finding a way around the Heat and Eat closing of the new Farm Bill, the natural question that arises is whether or not this is okay to do, and why.