Oklahoma Food Stamp Program Facing Cr...

Oklahoma Food Stamp Program Facing Crisis

There are 182 comments on the News on 6 Tulsa story from Oct 17, 2010, titled Oklahoma Food Stamp Program Facing Crisis. In it, News on 6 Tulsa reports that:

Oklahoma is facing a crisis. It's one that could soon cost the government $1-billion. That's how much it could cost to pay for all the Oklahomans on food stamps this year.

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slimjim

Holdenville, OK

#190 Sep 29, 2012
We live in a RIGHT to WORK state which means at the bottom of the economy as we all know it is a republican state that believes in tax cuts for the wealthy. After Mitt is rejected at the polls, and we have a new governor things may improve. At least we don't need to continue with bake sales to keep schools open.
Senator Roger Ballenger

United States

#191 Sep 30, 2012
guess what wrote:
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it never became a law and more than likely would wind up costing more than it saved.
I forgot to put my name on here. Hell we wouldn't have ANY public workers if they were drug tested.

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