As our nation’s largest anti-hunger program, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is especially important alongside rising food prices, which are hitting low-income people hardest.
In a letter to the Biden administration, we outlined ways to reduce hunger among older adults.
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En una carta la Administración Biden, reseñamos maneras en las que se puede reducir el hambre entre las personas mayores.
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We’re urging lawmakers to prioritize funding for the Social Security Administration, housing assistance programs and others benefiting older adults.
Minnesota last week raised the income threshold for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, giving people more support for food expenses. 
During COVID-19, millions of low-income older adults have benefited from temporary expansions to the EITC and SNAP, which could both expire this year.
Rising food prices hit low-income people hardest. SNAP can help.
Food insecurity disproportionately hits Black and Hispanic older adults.
The coronavirus pandemic dominated our Thinking Policy blog in 2020, just as it dominated everyone’s lives.
Here’s what we know about older SNAP households and what they need at this point to weather the pandemic.
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