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Effects of Potential Cuts in SNAP Spending on Households with Different Amounts of Income
Molly Dahl (au); Kathleen FitzGerald (au); Edward Harris (au); Marvin Ward (1u)
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as Food Stamps) provides benefits to low-income households to help them buy food. Total federal expenditures on SNAP amounted to $76 billion in FY 2014. In an average month that year, 47 million people (or one in seven U.S. residents) received SNAP benefits. Some policymakers have expressed a desire to scale back the program significantly to reduce federal spending. This report examines several options for doing so and their effects on the benefits that would be received by households with different amounts of income. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
Arizona Wetlands & Waterfowl
New View of Self: How Genes & Neurotransmitters Shape Your Mind, Your Personality, & Your Mental Health
War of the Rebellion: Official Records of the Union & Confederate Armies: Series I, Volume I
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