Hands Off SNAP!
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides food for 6 million children under 5 years old! Learn more about this vital program and it's proven record of helping babies and families.
The Supplemental Assistance Program (SNAP) provides vital food for 6 million food insecure American children under the age of 5. A few weeks ago, the Farm Bill (H.R. 2) that included cuts to SNAP was defeated in the House of Representatives, thanks in part to advocates raising their voices from all over the nation. Now, H.R. 2 is likely to come up for a second vote by June 22, 2018, and working families need you to Be a Big Voice for Little Kids™.
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