Teachers Lead Philly member Kathleen Melville Testifies Before PA House Democratic Policy Committee
Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/business/20130923_SRC_chief_learned_early_to_put_education_first.html#T40313I8hbJIjrbI.99
All of which got me thinking about crime and how to prevent it.
A slate of proposed changes in how food stamp benefits are calculated and a tightening of states' flexibility in running the programs could impact more than a million Pennsylvanians receiving the assistance. The changes are part of a measure approved by the U.S. House on Thursday that would cut nearly $4 billion a year for the next 10 years from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, which helps one in seven people nationally and statewide buy groceries. The White House has threatened to veto the bill if the Democrat-controlled Senate approves it. Sen. Bob Casey Jr., D-Scranton, has vowed to fight the proposal.
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