Food Stamps Face Their Biggest-Ever Cut
COVID-era funding has already lapsed in 18 states. Food banks in the remaining 32 are bracing for impact.
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The federal government ended the COVID-19 increase to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program this month. What does this mean for people who depend on SNAP to put food on the table?
Guests: Helena Bottemiller Evich, reporter and founder of Food Fix, a publication on food policy.
Jennifer Barnes, founder of Solidarity Sandy Springs in Georgia.
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Podcast production by Elena Schwartz, Paige Osburn, Anna Phillips, and Madeline Ducharme, with help from Jared Downing and Laura Spencer.