LAT: ‘How L.A. County is trying to sign more people up for food stamps — and why it’s not easy’

That seems like a good use of government resources — get more people on welfare.

At my lowest moments, I never even considered getting unemployment benefits or food stamps.

Los Angeles Times:

In addition, many immigrants who are in the country legally are eligible to receive benefits, but those who are here illegally are not. Still, some who are eligible choose not to apply out of fear it will affect their ability to become a citizen or it will endanger their families.

That fear has only grown worse since Trump took office, officials and outreach workers say. Bartholow said her organization has received reports from across the state of people calling in to cancel their benefits.

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