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Georgia has looked at what it takes to train some food stamp recipients to meet work requirements

by Susanna Capelouto Jul 30, 2018
The House version of the proposed federal farm bill would require parents with children over 6 years old to fulfill a 20-hour work or training requirement to receive benefits under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, also known as food stamps.…

In Erie, social services are a lifeline

by Erika Beras Jul 26, 2018
New work requirements may change things for those who receive food and housing assistance in the Pennsylvania city.
Roberta Lubman, 66, regularly eats lunch at the Erie City Mission in downtown Erie. The free daily meal supplements what she receives from SNAP.
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Senate committee takes a crack at a bipartisan farm bill today

by Jed Kim Jun 13, 2018
While this version is less partisan than previous ones, safety net programs are still a hurdle

As many students nationwide grapple with hunger, California offers food assistance

by Marketplace Contributor Sep 29, 2017
A survey of 34 universities and community colleges found that about 48 percent of students reported food insecurity in the previous 30 days, 22 percent with such low levels of food security that they qualified as hungry.
Emaline Friedman, a Ph.D. student and CalFresh recipient, unpacks groceries in her Los Angeles apartment.
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What if the social safety net isn't safe anymore?

by Paulina Velasco Jun 2, 2017
Food banks and other organizations are coming up with contingency plans in case funding is cut from the federal budget.
Volunteers sort food at the West Side Campaign Against Hunger food pantry in New York City.
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