Taking food away from the people who need it most does not help them get a job, it only plunges them into deeper poverty.
Shriver Center advocates help block rule that targets low-income immigrants from taking effect
Rule would cause 3.1 million to lose SNAP benefits.
“Public charge" rule changes put public health and millions of families at risk.
No family should have to make that choice between meeting their basic needs and being with their loved ones.
The Shriver Center on Poverty Law unreservedly condemns this inhumane and cruel rule.
New Law will Make It Easier for Homeless, Elderly, and Disabled SNAP Recipients to Obtain Food
As Census Day 2020 gets closer, individual states must invest in and support efforts to ensure a complete count.