In a party-line vote on April 18, the House Agriculture Committee passed its version of the Farm Bill, which includes harsh changes in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), our nation’s largest anti-hunger program. Formerly known as food stamps, SNAP helps feed one in five U.S. children. The committee’s bill could cause as many as 265,000 students to lose access to free meals at school; it also unnecessarily expands current work requirements for adults. Click on the take action button and tell your representative to protect SNAP by opposing the Agriculture and Nutrition Act (H.R. 2), which reauthorizes the Farm Bill, before the full House votes on it.
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