Hunger Solutions New York and SNAP in the News
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 Stepahnie Dazio about the proposed work requirements and their impact on hunger
Faso pushes GOP requirement for work plan for SNAP benefits: Sherry Tomasky, Public Affairs Director at Hunger Solutions New York speaks with the Times Union’s Dan Freedman about the reality of hunger in New York and how stringent work requirements aren’t the solution to alleviating this hunger.
SNAP work requirement is in House-passed Farm Bill: Linda Bopp, Executive Director at Hunger Solutions New York on the impact the the passage of H.R.2 the House Farm Bill will have on New York.
The Poughkeepsie Journal and Kingston Daily Freeman
Joint Opinion featured in The Poughkeepsie Journal and Kingston Daily Freeman from Paul Stermer, Director of the Hudson Valley Food Bank and Linda Bopp, Executive Director of Hunger Solutions New York on how food banks and pantries won’t be able to make up the difference in demand if there are any cuts to SNAP benefits.
WAMC North East Public Radio
Focus On Farm Bill As Congress Creates Conference Committees radio segment features Sherry Tomasky and other anti-hunger and farm advocates assess the House and Senate Farm Bills, deliberations are expected to be most contentious over nutrition assistance program provisions.