JFI’s SNAP analysis in the New York Times

In March, Covid-era expanded SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) benefits ended in 32 states, after previous rollbacks of those benefits in the other 18 states.

Reporter German Lopez, covering how these changes will affect families in the New York Times, spoke to JFI’s Jack Landry, who shared data and findings from our upcoming research with Director of Research Sidhya Balakrishnan and Northwestern economist Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach.

Read the piece.

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