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There Is No Need To Appreciate And Then Appreciate Again
There Is No Need To Appreciate And Then Appreciate Again
 
Starting Thursday, residents of Chatham, Durham and Guilford counties impacted by Hurricane Florence will be able to apply for help buying food through the Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or "D-SNAP."
Starting Thursday, residents of Chatham, Durham and Guilford counties impacted by Hurricane Florence will be able to apply for help buying food through the Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or "D-SNAP."
 
Should those receiving public benefits be required to do anything in return? It's not a new question, but one that is resurfacing today
Should those receiving public benefits be required to do anything in return? It's not a new question, but one that is resurfacing today
 
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has approved a Disaster Food and Nutrition Services (DFNS) Program for Beaufort County, North Carolina
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has approved a Disaster Food and Nutrition Services (DFNS) Program for Beaufort County, North Carolina
 
Food and Nutrition Services beneficiaries in eastern North Carolina who lost food because of Hurricane Matthew are asked to contact the Electronic Benefits Transfer Call Center to request replacement benefits
Food and Nutrition Services beneficiaries in eastern North Carolina who lost food because of Hurricane Matthew are asked to contact the Electronic Benefits Transfer Call Center to request replacement benefits
 
The U.S. Department of Agriculture approved North Carolina's request for a hot food waiver in all 100 counties, allowing Food and Nutrition Services (food stamps) recipients to purchase hot food prepared for immediate consumption from authorized Electronic Benefits Transfer retailers
The U.S. Department of Agriculture approved North Carolina's request for a hot food waiver in all 100 counties, allowing Food and Nutrition Services (food stamps) recipients to purchase hot food prepared for immediate consumption from authorized Electronic Benefits Transfer retailers
 
Reversing eight years of state policy, the McCrory administration is restoring requirements that able-bodied adults without dependent children must work to continue receiving food stamps in North Carolina.
Reversing eight years of state policy, the McCrory administration is restoring requirements that able-bodied adults without dependent children must work to continue receiving food stamps in North Carolina.
 
Beating the system is a great American pass time for both rich and poor.
Beating the system is a great American pass time for both rich and poor.
 
Justin Wolfers, a University of Michigan economist and senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, wrote a piece for The New York Times a couple of weeks ago that was partly a response to a previous piece I wrote for The Wall Street Journal about North Carolina’s recent drop in unemployment.
Justin Wolfers, a University of Michigan economist and senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, wrote a piece for The New York Times a couple of weeks ago that was partly a response to a previous piece I wrote for The Wall Street Journal about North Carolina’s recent drop in unemployment.
 
It's interesting. As we watch the Obamacare implementation fiasco play out, the ineptitude of the people who specified, designed and built the site is simply amazing.
It's interesting. As we watch the Obamacare implementation fiasco play out, the ineptitude of the people who specified, designed and built the site is simply amazing.
 
Today's updated numbers show that North Carolina continues to make significant progress toward meeting federal requirements for processing FNS (food stamp) applications and recertifications.
Today's updated numbers show that North Carolina continues to make significant progress toward meeting federal requirements for processing FNS (food stamp) applications and recertifications.
 
State and county workers across North Carolina have reduced the backlog of FNS cases (food stamps) by just over 72 percent in the last 10 days, ensuring benefits for thousands of families.
State and county workers across North Carolina have reduced the backlog of FNS cases (food stamps) by just over 72 percent in the last 10 days, ensuring benefits for thousands of families.
 
It is clearly time to increase the minimum wage. How can anyone be expected to live on the paltry minimum currently in force.. They really can't.
It is clearly time to increase the minimum wage. How can anyone be expected to live on the paltry minimum currently in force.. They really can't.
 
Mitt Romney was absolutely right when he noted in a fundraiser that 47% of the people would never vote for him. These are the entitled who never heard what JFK asked Americans to do but care only about what the government can do for them.
Mitt Romney was absolutely right when he noted in a fundraiser that 47% of the people would never vote for him. These are the entitled who never heard what JFK asked Americans to do but care only about what the government can do for them.
 
As we approach election day in any presidential election we always debate several hot issues.
As we approach election day in any presidential election we always debate several hot issues.
 
We are being told that some very large percentage (well over half) of the American population is partaking of (and presumably enjoying) the largess of government entitlement spending.
We are being told that some very large percentage (well over half) of the American population is partaking of (and presumably enjoying) the largess of government entitlement spending.
 
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