Some good news for people facing food insecurity. The USDA is increasing the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program by 15% through September.
This means around 41 million people who use food stamps will each receive about $28 more per month. And a family of four will receive an average of $100 more a month to buy groceries.
The extra funds were provided by the COVID relief package that Congress passed earlier this month.
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