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Does the federal government spend more money on domestic food assistance programs (like food stamps and school lunches) or on public order and safety (like law enforcement, courts, prisons, immigration enforcement, and fire protection)?

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The federal government spends about $100 billion per year on domestic food assistance and $50 billion per year on public order and safety.

DocumentationFood Assistance ProgramsGovernment Spending by Function

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