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The Trump administration’s recent budget-cutting proposal would not bode well for low-income families enrolled in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP.
“It boggles the mind how that would play out,” said Kathy Fisher, policy director at Philadelphia’s Coalition Against Hunger.
Among the proposed changes to the “food stamp” program, SNAP recipients would get shelf-stable milk, cereals, pasta, peanut butter, beans and canned fruit and vegetables.
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