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Michigan SNAP benefits bumped up for October

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Michiganders will see an increase in SNAP benefits this month.

All Michigan families eligible for SNAP benefits will receive an additional monthly payment in October, thanks to the pandemic. ABC 57 reports that eligible clients will see additional food assistance benefits on their Bridge Cards from October 23 through November 1.

Michigan’s Department of Health and Human Services says the goal is to help families put more nutritious food on the state’s dinner tables. More than 1.25 million Michiganders in nearly 700,000 households will receive additional food assistance benefits.


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1 comment

Charles U Farley October 15, 2021 at 11:20 am

We have a huge labor shortage and spiking food inflation, but here’s some more “free” money for not working, courtesy of your benevolent overlords. Remember to vote D in 2022 (like it matters)!

Without all the freebies, we wouldn’t have all the inflation in the first place. The left is economically illiterate, harming people under the guise of trying to help them.


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