If you're not even working in President Joe Biden's economy, you will be getting a 12.5% raise--in your food stamp allocation, that is.
Bidenflation is responsible for the largest increase ever, which will give families of four who qualify for the maximum benefit an increase from $835 to $939 a month.
The increase will start in October and last for a year.
“When inflation erodes the value of SNAP benefits during the year, households either have to spend more of their cash income on food or cut back on their food expenditures,” Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) director of research Joesph Llobrera said.
Nearly 41 million Americans are on food stamps, and the average person's benefit is $218.
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