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June 2018 Organizational Newsletter

Hunger Solutions New York has been actively working to protect and defend SNAP as the federal Farm Bill goes through the reauthorization process. The US House and Senate each have a bill that would impact access to nutrition assistance very differently. Below we...

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May ’18 Organizational Newsletter

Federal Update: Farm Bill  On Friday, May 18, the US House rejected the Farm Bill (H.R.2), a bill that contained significant cuts to the SNAP program and costly, bureaucratic new requirements on SNAP recipients. However, the House is scheduled to vote again on the...

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Flooding, Power Outages And Replacement SNAP Benefits

Due to Tuesday (5-15-18) powerful thunderstorms, resulting in extensive power outages in Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Sullivan, Westchester or if you have lost power and reside in another county, we want to alert SNAP (food stamp) recipients about replacement SNAP...

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April Organizational News

Now Available: Hunger Solutions New York's SNAP Policy and Advocacy Page  On April 18, the House Agriculture Committee passed the Farm Bill along party lines, and a full House vote is expected within the next few weeks. The Farm Bill is a critical piece of federal...

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Immigration Public Charge Rule-Resources

Talk Poverty has released an easy-to-follow guide that explains what the Administration’s proposed “public charge” changes are about. These resources explain how changes to this obscure immigration provision would drastically limit immigrant families’ access to public...

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Long Island Advocates Worry About Possible Food Stamp Cuts

A Comprehensive feature about the impact proposed Farm Bill SNAP work requirements will have on Long Island residents. Sherry Tomasky, Public Affairs Director at Hunger Solutions New York, speaks with Newsday’s Stephanie Dazio about the proposed work requirements and...

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