The requirement is simple:
“With Certain exceptions, able-bodied adults between 16 and 60 years of age must register for work, accept an offer of suitable work, and take part in an employment and training program to which they are referred by [the Office for Family Independence].”
Even in the little border town of Calais, where jobs are scarce and unemployment is high, there is support for the new plan. Nationally, food stamp enrollment numbers are high, but for Maine, this is particularly true.
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