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The Food Research and
“We have a lot of families in which parents are skipping meals so kids can get enough to eat,” Weill said. “We know from the research that means that parents and kids aren’t doing as well at work and at schools as they would be doing if they were consistently eating a healthy diet.”
Weill says improving benefits starts with passing a
Farm Bill in this legislative year that will protect and strengthen the SNAP
program. That’s one topic at a National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference in