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Food Stamps Can Help Low-Income Working Families Put Food On The Table
Sharon Parrott and Stacy Dean
March 31, 1999
28K-HTML

A Quick Guide To Calculating Food Stamp Benefits For Families With Children
March 23, 1999
22K-HTML

Implementing Individual Exemptions from the Food Stamp Three Month Time Limit
Stacy Dean
December 11, 1998
37K-HTML 64K-PDF

New Federal Food Stamp Restoration for Legal Immigrants: Implications and Implementation Issues (12K-HTML)
Kelly Carmody and Stacy Dean
July 10, 1998

The Ag. Research Act Restores Food Stamps to Some Vulnerable Immigrants (5K-HTML)
David Super
June 29, 1998

A Guide to Estimate the Cost of a State-Funded Food Stamps Program for Legal Immigrants (99K-HTML)
Jennifer Daskal and Kelly Carmody
December 1997

States Now Have the Option to Purchase Food Stamps to Provide Food Assistance to Legal Immigrants (23K)
Stacy Dean
December 1997 8 pp. 97-073


Correcting Flaws in the Work Opportunity Tax Credit Related to Food Stamp Recipients Subject to the Three Month Cut-off
Stacy Dean
June 1997 6 pp. 97-081


What is the WIC Full Funding Level?
Robert Greenstein, Jennifer Daskal and Edward Lazere
April 1997 7 pp. 97-036


The Implementation of the New Restrictions on Legal Immigrants’ Eligibility for Food Stamps
David Super
April 1997 2 pp. 97-033


Who Will Lose Food Stamps Under the Three-Month Cut-Off? (7K-HTML)
March 1997 2 pp. 97-092


Food Stamp Provisions of Welfare Law May Have Harsher Effect on Unemployed Adults Than Congress Intended
October 1996. 5 pp. 96-091


Legal Immigrants' Eligibility for Welfare, Medicaid and Food Stamps Under the New Welfare Law
October 1996. 2 pp. 96-089


The State Option to Exclude Immigrants from WIC: The Impact on State Finances
Kathryn Larin
September 1996. 11 pp. 96-087


The Depth of the Food Stamp Cuts In the Final Welfare Bills
August 1996. 4 pp. 96-071


Maintaining a Competitive Market: The Long-Term Threat to WIC Cost Containment
Kathryn Larin
May 1996. 36 pp. 96-045


Should States Elect the Food Stamp Block Grant?: Issues for State Policymakers to Consider
December 1995. 21. 95-153


Issues in Developing a Formula to Allocate Food Stamp Block Grant Funds Among States
July 1995. 7 pp. 95-085


Would Converting Food Stamps to a Block Grant Ease Problems Created by an AFDC Block Grant Funding Formula?
July 1995. 5 pp. 95-086


How Would States Have Fared if the Food Stamp Block Grant Proposed by Several Governors Had Been in Effect for the Past Five Years?
David A. Super
July 1995. 5 pp. 95-101


Should the Food Stamp Program be Block Granted?
Robert Greenstein
June 1995. 15 pp. 95-024


The Child Nutrition Block Grants
Robert Greenstein and David Super
April 1995. 10 pp. 95-047


Do the Block Grants Cut Child Nutrition Programs?
April 1995. 9 pp. 95-031


The Food Stamp Provisions of the House Welfare Bill
Robert Greenstein and David Super
April 1995. 10 pp. 95-052


Discussion of Selected Food Stamp Provisions in the Personal Responsibility Act
April 1995. 11 pp. 95-053


Analysis of Infant Formula Cost Containment in Fiscal Year 1994
March 1995. 16 pp. 95-054


Universal School Lunch: A Timely Idea?
Robert Greenstein
May 1994. 10 pp. 94-029


Financing Welfare Reform: Should Housing Subsidies Be Counted as Income in the Food Stamp Program?
Robert Greenstein
February 1994. 15 pp. 94-026


Directory of Commodity Supplemental Food Programs
May 1993. 18 pp. 93-003


Working Together: A Review of State WIC Agencies' Referral Materials for Medicaid
Sibyll Carnochan and Laura Summer
April 1992. 17 pp. 92-010


Strength in Numbers: Multi-State Cost Containment in the WIC Program
Joseph Tiang-Yau Liu
July 1991. 58 pp. 91-009


Working Together: A Guide to Coordinating WIC and Medicaid Services
Laura Summer
June 1991. 37 pp. 91-014


Corporate Support for the WIC Program
(Testimony Presented to the House Committee on the Budget. Includes highlights from testimony of the chairmen of AT&T, BellSouth Corporation, Honeywell, Inc., The Prudential Insurance Company, and Sky Chefs, Inc.)
March 1991. 91-019


Monthly Reporting: A Review of Research Findings
Robert Greenstein and Marion E. Nichols
February 1989. 39 pp. 89-002


Targeting Benefits in the WIC Program
Laura Summer
October 1988. 97 pp. 88-007
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