PROVIDENCE — President Donald Trump’s executive order Tuesday requiring stricter enforcement of a 20-hour work week for a portion of the 158,481 Rhode Islanders receiving food assistance through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program places an unfair burden on the poor in a tough job market, critics argue. Paul Salera, president and CEO of Westbay Community Action,…
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