Food assistance for the hungry shouldn’t have a time limit. Yet, the Trump Administration has proposed a rule that would take away SNAP eligibility for 755,000 unemployed and underemployed adults. That means cutting SNAP food benefits by $15 billion over 10 years. This would make hunger and poverty in this country far, far worse.
FRAC, Feeding America, the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, and the Center for American Progress (CAP) are coordinating a campaign to generate comments in opposition to the SNAP rules change.
See FRAC’s model comment and submit your comment opposing the proposed rule today. The public comment period closes on April 2.