You should contact legal aid in your area and tell them the problem. You can also check with the Ohio bar in order to find a list of attorneys providing assistance pro bono on public benefits.
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Food stamp requirements and amounts vary by state. Even though it a technically a Federal program, like Medicaid, each state has some independence in how the program is run. The suggestion to contact Legal Aid is a good one. You should also call the case worker assigned to your case and meet with them to have them explain why the amount is different from the amount you received in NC. It is possible that they did not have all of the correct information when making the decision about your application for food stamps.Ask a similar question
Your benefits will vary depending om what state is awarding the benefit. If you have any issues with the award you should contact your state bar for a list oif attorneys providing free legal assistance.Ask a similar question