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SNAP Benefits Lose Their Rhythm, but States Help Consumers Keep Time
During the government shutdown, beneficiaries of the SNAP program found themselves in a precarious position. Amidst concerns about funding for SNAP, it was decided that February food stamp benefits would roll out early.
The majority of recipients got February’s SNAP benefits on or around January 20th, which means they’ll have to budget differently. While the total benefits received are the same, it’s now on recipients to budget for the month of February. Those who struggle to effectively do so could encounter issues in early March.
Instead of returning immediately to the ordinary schedule, many states...
Secretary Perdue Statement on President Trump’s Signing of Appropriations Bill & Declaration of National Emergency
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today issued the following statement regarding President Donald J. Trump’s signing of legislation that funds the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and declaration of a national emergency at the southern border:“I am pleased that Congress has passed, and President Trump has signed, funding for USDA for the remainder of Fiscal Year 2019. We will be moving at full speed on all of our responsibilities, making good on our motto by doing right and feeding everyone. Since Congress did not act to protect our southern border, the President has also declared a national emergency, which helps him fulfill a clear promise to protect our national security interests. He is exercising his Constitutional authority, as presidents from both parties have done many times in the past.“Even with the passage of the appropriations bill, Congress still has unfinished business in areas of...
Secretary Perdue Statement on Reopening the Federal Government
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today issued the following statement in response to President Donald J. Trump’s announcement of reopening the federal government:“President Trump’s announcement of the reopening of the federal government is welcome news, as it will bring thousands of our employees back to work and return us to our mission of providing our customers with the services they rely upon. I extend my sincere thanks to the thousands of USDA workers who stayed on the job during the shutdown to offer as many of ...
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