University of Wisconsin–Madison

Cuts to SNAP will harm hungry Ohioans

Type Policy Brief or Report
Year 2017
Level City or Town
State(s) Ohio
Policy Areas Food
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program helps feed Ohioans and reduces poverty and improves health for children and adults. However, the House Agriculture Committee's partisan Farm Bill proposes several inefficient and harmful changes to SNAP and cut the funding of it. The report lists the reasons why SNAP is important to poor people and should not be eliminated.

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