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Pennsylvania makes heating aid change to save food stamps

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HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare is making a change in its heating assistance program that will translate into hundreds of millions in food stamp benefits. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported Wednesday that the agency will spend $8 million to preserve $300 million in food stamps for up to 400,000 families. Connecticut and New York have taken similar steps, and...

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