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PRAIRIE GROUCH  
GRAND PRAIRIE TX  
July 16, 2012 3:47am
 
Matilde......Utah increase in welfare and food stamps.
And your point is ?????? Are you implying that
Mormons were responsible for this increase.....If so
please provide source. The majority of the increase in
numbers
took place in the large urban areas which have a lesser
percentage of Mormons than in rural counties. In sparsely populated areas a few persons on food stamps can result in a high percentage.It should
be noted that Utah's Latino population now comprises
13 percent of the population. No implications from this
fact.

In Feb. of 2011, Texas had a food stamp population
of 3,895,618. By Jan 2012 that population had increased
by 245,699 to 4,141,317. Utah had a food stamp population
of 283,313 in Feb. 2011. By Jan. 2012 that population had
increased by 2214 to 285,527.
The Mormon church distributes on a worldwide basis
food to needy people of all races and religions. They
also provide help to their own members. Of course
that doesn't rule out reception of food stamps.
Please provide any credible data and source for
the religion of food stamp recipients in Utah.
     
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