Being poor is really hard, but some Ohio State Senators don’t think it’s hard enough. Republicans dropped “assets tests” for poor working families who receive benefits through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program into the state budget last week. Among the requirements to receive aid? Not owning a car valued at $7,000 or more.

The requirements don’t just touch on vehicles, and are all equally bonkers. From the Columbus Dispatch:

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You Aren't Poor: Ohio Senators Go After Welfare Recipients That Own Vehicles Valued At More Than $7000

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