Experts, State Reps Differ on How SNAP Changes Could Affect Families

Martinsburg Journal - Republicans in the House of Representatives are looking to raise the work requirements for recipients of the nation’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, something that some policy experts say could make it tougher on West Virginia families who rely on the program for their annual sustenance. Read


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