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Fight over food stamps intensifies on Capitol Hill

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House Republicans are proposing significant cuts to the government's food stamp program, amping up the debate over whether the increasingly used program is a magnet for freeloaders or a vital safety net for the poor and unemployed. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., is expected to hold a vote soon on a bill calling for $40 billion in cuts over 10 years — or an estimated 5 percent — for...

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