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Food Stamps

Food Stamps, locally administered, federally funded U.S. program, established 1964, that enables poverty-level families to buy a greater variety and quantity of food. Stamps are received in proportion to total net income and the number of people in the household. The program helps feed about 22 million people.

See also: Welfare.

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