This testimony discusses ways in which SNAP data and other resources can be used to analyze how the policy options selected by states affect the SNAP population.
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Analysis of Proposed Changes to SNAP Eligibility and Benefit Determination in the 2013 Farm Bill and Comparison of Cardiometabolic Health Status for SNAP Participants and Low-Income NonparticipantsAug 02, 2013
The Health Impact Project, a collaboration of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Pew Charitable Trusts, is conducting a health impact assessment intended to inform congressional consideration of changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) included as part of the 2013 Farm...
Food Stamp Time Limits: A Burdensome Policy that Weakens the Safety NetMay 20, 2002
Food stamp time limits were meant to encourage the able-bodied to work, but this study suggests that supports to help people move into employment were often in short supply.
Food Stamp Leavers in Illinois: How Are They Doing Two Years Later?Jan 30, 2001
In light of sharp declines in the Food Stamp Program caseload, examines the well-being of those who have left the program. Notes that about half of those who exited in 1997 were employed two years later, while more than half had incomes below the poverty line. Similarly, those who left the program because...