State Variations in the Food Stamp Benefit Reduction Rate for Earnings: Cross-Program Effects from TANF and SSI Cash Assistance
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KeywordsFood Stamp Program benefit formula; Effective Benefit Reduction Rates; food stamp benefit effects from TANF earning deductions; effective tax rates.; Agricultural and Food Policy;
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