|SNAP enrollment as a percentage of county population (Daily Yonder map; click the image to enlarge it)|
"SNAP is in the news because of a dust-up in the House of Representatives," Marema reports. "Republicans on the Agriculture Committee have passed a farm bill that could cut as much as $9 billion from SNAP. This maneuver appears to be shattering the classic coalition of lawmakers that normally makes the Farm Bill a bipartisan exercise." The cuts are not expected to pass the Senate.
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