Michigan has removed about 30,000 college students from its food stamp program—close to double the initial estimate—saving about $75 million a year, says Human Services Director Maura Corrigan, reports the Detroit News. Federal rules don’t allow most college students to collect food stamps, but Michigan had created its own rules that made nearly all students eligible, said Brian Rooney, Corrigan’s deputy director…

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