New Jersey college students support proposal to eliminate work requirement for SNAP benefits

Wednesday, October 12, 2022
WHYY

The New Jersey Senate has advanced a proposal that some college students said would help tackle food insecurity on campuses across the state. State lawmakers have introduced a bill that would eliminate a work requirement for low-income students seeking SNAP benefits, also known as “food stamps.”

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