Michigan Dumps 30,000 College Students From Food Stamps Program, Saves $75M

About 30,000 college students are getting a real-world lesson in economics after cash-hungry Michigan kicked them off of food stamps to save roughly $75 million per year.

Under the new rules, only single moms and students who work 20 hours a week may be able to keep their benefits, MyFoxDetroit.com reported.

College students generally aren’t eligible for federal food assistance but nearly all of them in Michigan had qualified for the state’s program under an exception for those participating in an employment and training program whose criteria included attending college, the Detroit News reported.



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