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  • House-Passed Proposal to Block-Grant and Cut SNAP (Food Stamps) Rests on False Claims About Program Growth
    Dottie Rosenbaum
    Revised June 7, 2011

    The House-passed plan to convert SNAP (the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formerly called food stamps) to a block grant and cut the program by almost 20 percent rests on the false claim that the program is experiencing “relentless and unsustainable growth.” [1]  SNAP’s substantial growth of recent years …
  • Ryan Budget Would Slash SNAP Funding by $127 Billion Over Ten Years
    Dottie Rosenbaum
    April 11, 2011

    House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan’s budget plan would cut the SNAP program (formerly known as food stamps) by $127 billion — almost 20 percent — over the next ten years (2012-2021), which could throw millions of low-income families off the rolls, cut benefits for many households, or some combination of the two.…
  • Chairman Ryan’s Baseless Attack on SNAP/Food Stamps
    Dottie Rosenbaum
    April 8, 2011

    Falsely claiming that the nation’s most important anti-hunger program — SNAP, formerly called food stamps — is experiencing “relentless and unsustainable growth,” House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan calls for converting it into a block grant. The truth is that SNAP’s recent growth is temporary and reflects the battered …
  • Off the Charts Blog Post: Chairman Ryan’s Baseless Attack on SNAP/Food Stamps
    Dottie Rosenbaum
    April 5, 2011

    Falsely claiming that the nation’s most important anti-hunger program — SNAP, formerly called food stamps — is experiencing “relentless and unsustainable growth,” House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan calls for converting it into a block grant.  The truth is that SNAP’s recent growth is temporary and reflects the …
  • Improving the Delivery of Key Work Supports
    Dottie Rosenbaum and Stacy Dean
    February 24, 2011

    For more than 15 years, federal and state governments have been working together in earnest to simplify enrollment in public benefit programs.  Their work has been driven by the fact that the share of people who participate in public programs has not kept pace with the need; by a desire to make full use of the federal …
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