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NYLAG comments on proposed changes to SNAP eligibility

NYLAG submitted comments to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Program Design Branch of the U.S. Department of Agriculture about proposed changes that would limit eligibility for the program.

The proposed changes would cause serious harm to low-income households, and would specifically affect working families, children and the elderly and disabled populations.

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