Nobody could tell Audrey Webster of Clinton Township, Michigan, why her monthly food stamps went down from more than $100 to just $16 in February. The letter she received didn’t say much.
“It said they would be cut, that’s all,” Webster, 63, told HuffPost. She said she didn’t get much more information when she called the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
“They just told me that it was cut for the government’s reasons,” she said.