Pres. Trump wants to undercount people’s heating costs to decrease their food stamp benefits. Submit your comment before December 3!
Amy has been trying to find a path to putting her life back together. The ending of General Assistance in PA will make that path even harder to find.
A new Trump proposal would hugely increase hunger by kicking millions of Americans off food stamps and by making it harder to get nutrition assistance.
“The new Trump Administration decision – which strips flexibility from states to provide nutrition assistance to people who are unemployed – is unworkable, hypocritical, cruel, and illegal.”
Obtaining the resources that Michael is eligible for became a saga – a series of confusing barriers that no one in need of assistance should have to face.
Expanding SNAP’s ‘work requirements’ will make it harder for millions of workers to consistently put food on the table. Call your House Rep. to say “Hands off SNAP!”
Please take action NOW to oppose Pennsylvania House Bills 2138 and 1659, which would add and expand cruel, costly, and unnecessary time limits on Medicaid and SNAP.
Starting immediately, the vast majority of students at Pennsylvania’s 14 community colleges may now be eligible for food stamps, a huge victory for anti-hunger advocates.
A new president is in office and he’s promising a new era for America. But across the country, elected officials are enjoying a favorite old past-time: attacking the food stamps program.
Twenty years ago, President Clinton and Congress ended cash assistance as we knew it. The thinking behind “welfare reform” was essentially this: the free ride is over.