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Kasich wants able-bodied adults to work for food stamps

Gov. John Kasich’s administration will limit food stamps for more than 130,000 adults in all but a few economically depressed areas starting Jan. 1.
To qualify for benefits, able-bodied adults without children will be required to spend at least 20 hours a week working, training for a job, volunteering or performing a similar type of activity unless they live in one of 16 counties exempt because of high unemployment. The requirements begin next month; however, those failing to meet them would not lose benefits until Jan. 1.

“It’s important that we provide more than just a monetary benefit, that we provide job training, an additional level of support that helps put (food-stamp recipients) on a path toward a career and out of poverty,” said Ben Johnson, spokesman for the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.

For years, Ohio has taken advantage of a federal waiver exempting food-stamps recipients from the work requirements that Kasich championed while U.S. House Budget Committee chairman during the mid-1990s. Kasich and former Rep. Bob Ney, R-Heath, co-sponsored an amendment requiring able-bodied recipients without dependents to work that was included in sweeping welfare-reform legislation adopted in 1996.

This is just an example but a worthy one; because you can bet the number of citizens and non-citizens  getting Food Stamps in this area of Columbus, Ohio Franklin County is insane.  I got these figuers at the link provided

Working DRAFT: August 27, 2013
The following draft was developed based on existing plans, community input, and the Planning 
Division’s Guide to Area and Neighborhood Planning. 

existing conditions 
Introduction 
The Existing Conditions element of the plan provides a summary of the planning area’s physical attributes, including land use, urban form, transportation, parks, and the 
natural environment. This element also reviews existing zoning, demographics, and other factors that may influence future development. 
Additionally, the Existing Conditions element reviews existing plans that affect the planning area, and includes a summary of the public input received during the planning process. 
Demographics 
The Northland area includes 87,457 residents, 74.3% of which are over the age of 18. The population of the planning area is slightly younger in comparison to the city as a whole, compared to Columbus with 76.8% of its population over the age of 18. The population increased 3.3% from 2000 to 2010, and the number of housing units increased by 3.1%. At present, occupancy status consists of 53% renter occupied and 47% owner occupied housing units. A comparison of 2010 and 2000 U.S. Census Block Groups illustrates that the eastern portion of the planning area experienced larger population growth, compared to the western portion which experienced larger population loss. 
Figure 3
2010 2000 1990 
2000-2010 1990-2010 
Change % Growth Change % Growth 
Population 87,457 84,701 81,042 2,756 3.3% 6,415 7.9%
Housing Units 40,301 39,072 36,631 1,229 3.1% 3,670 10.0%
Vacancies 3,892 2,170 2,194 1,722 79.4% 1,698 77.4%
Population by Race 
Black 31,897 19,027 8,811 12,870 67.6% 23,086 262.0%
White 45,960 58,764 68,954 -12,804 -21.8% -22,994 -33.3%
Asian 2,220 2,318 1,251 -98 -4.2% 969 77.5%
Other Race or Mixed Race 7,380 4,592 2,026 2,788 60.7% 5,354 264.3%
Hispanic Population 7,613 3,079 993 4,534 147.3% 6,620 666.7%
Population by Age 
< 14 years of age 17,579 17,292 15,505 287 1.7% 2,074 13.4%
15 - 34 years of age 27,986 29,665 32,894 -1,679 -5.7% -4,908 -14.9%
35 - 64 years of age 32,097 29,305 25,773 2,792 9.5% 6,324 24.5%
65 + years of age 9,795 8,439 6,867 1,356 16.1% 2,928 42.6%
Housing 
Owner Occupied 17,176 17,652 16,722 -476 -2.7% 454 2.7%
Renter Occupied 19,232 19,241 17,709 -9 -0.05% 1,523 8.6%

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