The group that processes SNAP for 40 percent of America's farmers' markets may soon shut down, leaving thousands to face a future without fresh-food access. But California's got a solution: Go local.
A seven-year saga that encompasses years of USDA stonewalling, several trips to court, and more than one 11th-hour plot twist may now reach the nation's highest court.
A new study shows stores in neighborhoods with high SNAP enrollment are four times as likely to advertise or display sugary drinks during the days payments are disbursed.
One-third of Amazon employees in Arizona need food stamps to feed themselves.
We recently obtained data on SNAP employers from six states and found that thousands of people who work in fast-food and retail jobs don’t make enough money to buy groceries.
SNAP gets a haircut in this version.
Conservative leaders have long pushed to make drug-testing a prerequisite for social welfare programs, including SNAP. They may finally get their wish.
Drug testing, work requirements, healthy food: Some of the new rules are legal. Some require a waiver. And in one case, Governor Scott Walker seems to be flouting federal law entirely.