And a law recently implemented as part of Wisconsin's
Food-Share program has revoked access to food-stamps
to thousands of residents.
The new rule requires able-bodied adults to either
work at least 80 hours a month or look for work to
stay in the program.
Data from the Department of Human Services shows that
since the new rule took effect in April, nearly 15-thousand
residents have lost access to the assistance.
about 45-hundred people found work through a new job
training program for Food-Share recipients.