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These states have stopped emergency food stamp benefits

Millions of Americans will feel the impact of inflation as these states stop emergency food stamp benefits.

emergency SNAP benefits ending

Find a full list of the included states here.


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Why are the benefits ending?

The federal public health emergency is set to expire April 16, 2022. SNAP, also known as food stamps, has been providing at least $95 a month  to recipients over the last two years. Find additional information here.

The states that are no longer including emergency funds in their SNAP befits are:

  • Arkansas
  • Florida
  • Idaho
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  •  North Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • South Dakota
  • West Virginia

States that aren’t listed are still providing emergency allotments for April or are waiting approval from the USDA.


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