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Clients wait in line to shop for food at St. Vincent de Paul food pantry in Indianapolis

Thousands could lose food stamps

By this time next year, some 65,000 Indiana residents may have found that tighter restrictions apply to their food stamp benefits. That's because the state, like several others, has decided to ensure that work requirements for non-disabled adults without dependents are once again enforced. The move will make it more difficult for those who are not either employed or in job training to access benefits.

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