Topic:Farm Bill

Workshop Preview: From Policy Wonks to Grassroots Hunger Leaders, There’s Something for Everyone at the 2019 National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference

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From policy wonks to health professionals to grassroots advocates to anti-hunger program service providers, the conference will have something for everyone, ensuring that every attendee will return home with new skills, resources, and tools to use in the fight to end hunger. See below for just a few examples of what’s in store (and be sure to view the full conference agenda).

The USDA Has Proposed a SNAP Rule That Would Increase Hunger and Poverty. What’re Next Steps for Anti-Hunger Advocates?

Food Research & Action Center

On the heels of the President signing the 2018 Farm Bill that protects the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) from cuts proposed by the House, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) today proposed a SNAP rule that would reverse one of Congress’ key decisions and leave thousands of Americans ineligible for SNAP. The rule would limit states’ ability to waive time limits applied to some adults without dependents in areas with insufficient jobs, reducing access to nutrition assistance for people unable to find adequate hours of work.

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