University of Wisconsin–Madison

SNAP to Skills: a pathway to expand education and training resources in Ohio without limiting food assistance.

Type Policy Brief or Report
Year 2017
Level City or Town
State(s) Ohio
Policy Areas Civil Rights, Economic Justice
The food assistance program (once called food stamps, now commonly referred to as SNAP, which stands for supplemental nutrition assistance program) makes a big dent in hunger and poverty. In the most recent annual data from the federal Food and Nutrition Service, SNAP food benefits reduced the share of Ohio participants living in deep poverty by 10 percentage points and increased the share living above the poverty line by 10 percentage points.

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