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9/05/2018

不再养懒人!川普再发话:都找工作去

自特朗普上任以来,就一直誓言要改革美国的福利制度,不再养懒人。他星期三再次通过推特发话,要求国会在最新的农业法案(Farm Bill)中关于粮食券(SNAP)的部分,加入工作要求的相关内容。

特朗普推文称:“包括SNAP工作要求的农业法案,将帮助农民们,并且让美国人重新开始工作。通过包含有SNAP工作需求的农业法案!”

国会参众两院在今年6月分别通过了各自的农业法案。其中关于粮食券的部分,参院与众院版本的犯案大不相同,成为双方冲突点。



特朗普再发话:领粮食券者必须找工作。(图片来源:路透社)

星期三,一个由两院议员组成的委员会将就农业法案进行谈判,希望能达成妥协,通过一致版本的农业法案,以交给特朗普签字生效。

原本的农业法案预定在9月30号到期,而参院通过的农业法案展延了农作物保险与土地保育等多项农业计划。

众院的农业法案限缩了粮食券计划受益民众的工作规定,现行做法是18岁至49岁四肢健全、没有小孩的成人,每周需工作20小时才能获得食物券。

众院版本的法案将适用对象的年龄上限,从49岁提高至59岁,并规定家有六岁以上小孩的父母,必须参加就职训练。

参院版本的农业法案希望减少粮食券诈欺的现象,但也不会缩减给SNAP的经费。

政府估计,这样未来10年每年SNAP计划的工作量,平均每个月可减少约120万人,也符合特朗普政府的政策。

今年4月时,特朗普就已签署了一项行政令,制定九条改革联邦福利系统的原则,其中包括要求福利接受者需要有工作。

特朗普曾在2016年总统竞选的演讲中说:“那些根本不工作且没有工作意图的人比那些拼了命努力工作的人还挣得多。” 保守的共和党人支持特朗普改革现行福利制度的说法,认为这个话题将赢得选民青睐。民主党则批评说,许多计划是帮助在工作的、低收入美国家庭,额外要求只会增加受益人以及地方和州政府的行政工作。






9/05/2018

Trump injects SNAP reform opinion as farm bill conference meets

By Tom Karst

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President Trump is urging farm bill conference committee members to pass the 2018 farm bill with work requirements for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program recipients.

In a tweet on Sept. 5, Trump said “The Trump Economy is booming with help of House and Senate GOP. #FarmBill with SNAP work requirements will bolster farmers and get America back to work. Pass the Farm Bill with SNAP work requirements!”

The 2018 Farm Bill Conference Committee concluded its first public meeting Sept. 5, with lawmakers agreeing on the need for a new farm bill but not yet on how to get there.

The House and Senate passed different versions of the farm bill, and the conference committee is given the task of creating a final version that can be passed by both chambers. The farm bill conference Committee is composed of 56 members, including nine senators and 47 representatives.

 “Today my colleagues in the House and Senate highlighted the urgency in farm and ranch country and just how desperate times are as net farm income is slated to fall again this year,” House Agriculture Committee Chairman Michael Conaway, R-Texas, said after the meeting. “While I’m pleased with progress on the farm bill – we must pick up the pace. This will all come together quickly if all four principals are willing to make meaningful compromises. I have made it very clear that I am willing to do so. We still have a lot of work to do, but I believe we can get this done on time.”

The farm bill passed by the House of Representatives would increase SNAP work requirements to recipients as old as 65, up from the current 49. No House Democrats supported the House farm bill.

The Senate version extended job training programs but did not include House provisions for expanded work requirements.

House Agriculture Committee Ranking Member Collin Peterson, D-Minn., said in prepared remarks before the Sept. 5 meeting said that he was intent on getting the farm bill passed.

“Nobody in this room is going to get everything he or she wants; this process is about compromise,” he said.

Conference committee member Rep. Jeff Denham, R-Calif., said during the Sept. 5 meeting that the farm bill is important to specialty crop producers.

“My Central Valley district is one of the top producing agricultural areas in the nation, and as a local farmer, I know how vital it is for my constituents and our nation that we protect our farmers and our farmland,” he said in his remarks. “California farmers must be treated fairly and promoted in the 2018 Farm Bill, and I look forward to working with all of you as we conclude our deliberations.”

The Specialty Crop Farm Bill Alliance has been meeting in recent weeks with House and Senate Democrat and Republican members to fight for industry’s priorities for the final farm bill, said Laura Phelps, consultant with the American Mushroom Institute. 

Source: https://www.thepacker.com/article/trump-injects-snap-reform-opinion-farm-bill-conference-meets










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