Pandemic-Era SNAP Benefits End for Remaining 32 States Today
For almost three years, over 41 million Americans relied on the pandemic-era enhancements to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to provide enough food for their families.
The program was part of an emergency legislation enacted by Congress during the early stages of the pandemic in an effort to help low-income families secure enough food.
Under the policy, each recipient received a monthly average of $251, according to the USDA. The monthly average is expected to drop to $82 this month...
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