Beginning tomorrow (Sat), thousands on Minnesota’s family welfare program will see up to a 100-dollar monthly increase — the first increase since 1986. It brings the maximum cash subsidy for a typical family of three to 632 dollars per month. Governor Tim Walz proposed the increase last year and the legislature approved it. Analysts say it’s still not enough to pay for rising rent costs. And federal food stamp (SNAP) benefits decrease when someone’s income increases.