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A proposal would change the way states consider utility costs, which can include winter heating bills, when determining eligibility for SNAP.
Factors ranging from housing affordability to physical health contribute to the frequency and severity of food insecurity.
Last week, Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer announced plans to raise asset limits for three programs serving low-income families.
Kamala Harris's proposal would provide a tax credit matching up to $3,000 of earnings for single people and $6,000 for married couples.
Arkansas is one of the first states to implement work requirements for Medicaid and SNAP.
The Trump administration recently stated that homelessness in California results from “liberal policies.”
A recent proposal would limit states’ ability to increase SNAP's income limits set at the federal level.
A popular article highlighted stories from American families with incomes ranging from $75,000 to $400,000.
Presidential candidates and lawmakers have proposed expanding the EITC or implementing new tax credits.
If combined with other more robust reforms, reconsideration could be a valuable step in the determination process.

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