Americans throughout the country rely on food stamps as a way to feed their families each month, and the pandemic has really changed how things work.
Throughout the pandemic, millions of Americans were able to benefit from emergency allotment benefits.
This means that while there was a public health crisis, people could get extra food stamps in addition to their regular benefit.
Many states have decided to extend the extra benefits for their residents.
This is great for them, but unfortunately there are other states where the same benefit has ended, despite inflation.
Here is everything to know about food stamps for the week of June 13, 2022
SNAP: In 32 states Food stamps will see an additional $95 benefit in June
Changes to SNAP could mean some claimants losing benefits– Will you be affected?
Will there be more money for Food Stamps in California this June?
Big boost to SNAP food assistance coming to New York families this month
Food stamp delays are impacting residents in one state badly
Food stamp and Medicaid relief extended under Public Health Emergency, lasting until October 13
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