Take Action: Trump Administration’s Latest Attack on Struggling Americans Would Spike Hunger for 3 Million People

USDA’s proposed rule that would take food assistance away from 3 million people by making them ineligible to participate in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Comment here by September 23.

SNAP Time Limit Comments

The public comment period for USDA’s proposed SNAP Able-Bodied Adults Without Dependents (ABAWD) rule has ended. Thanks to the efforts of anti-hunger and nutrition stakeholders, more than 100,000 comments on the rule were submitted.

Take Action: Protect Immigrant Families

Increased threats against immigrant families are contributing to a chilling effect on the use of federal nutrition programs and food resources.

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Congress Begins the Child Nutrition Reauthorization Process

Find the latest news and resources on the Child Nutrition Reauthorization page.

President Signs Farm Bill

President Trump signed the Farm Bill into law on December 20. Read FRAC’s analysis. The final Farm Bill conference report was filed the evening of Monday, December 10. On December 11, the Senate passed the conference report, 87-13. The House passed the bill on December 12 by a vote of 369-47. Check out FRAC’s statement.

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What Every Policymaker Should Know About Hunger

Even though the 2018 elections are over, FRAC’s one-stop-shop for anti-hunger advocates provides the facts and tools needed to ensure every candidate-turned-lawmaker knows about the extent of hunger in America and the solutions that exist to solve it.

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FRAC Chat

Sep 04, 2019
Alexandra Ashbrook

FRAC On the Move is a series that follows FRAC’s policy and program experts as they connect with advocates across the country to explore strategies and develop solutions to end hunger. In this installment, Alex Ashbrook, FRAC’s director of special projects and initiatives, talks about participating on a panel at the 2019 UnidosUS Annual Conference, SNAP At Risk: How We Can Keep Our Kids and Families Healthy. Alex was joined by Sue Vega, the senior programs manager for Alivio Medical Center’s Get Covered Illinois programs, and Cynthia Kaser, the chief community programs development officer for La Maestra Community Health Centers. The conference, held in San Diego, California, convened thousands of attendees interested in social change, particularly for the Latinx community.

Aug 27, 2019
FRAC

Congress is on recess until September 9. During recess, advocates should engage with their Members of Congress to advocate for stronger child nutrition programs and work to protect and strengthen SNAP. This roundup describes legislative and administrative actions currently in play on Capitol Hill, and is intended to provide the latest information for in-district meetings and site visits with Members of Congress.

Aug 26, 2019
Ellen Vollinger

As Labor Day approaches, some leading economists are warning that our nation’s economy could fall into another recession in the coming year. At the same time, the Trump administration is proposing rule changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) that would undercut the program’s effectiveness in supporting low-income families working their way up the economic ladder and the program’s countercyclical impact.