Monday, September 16, 2019

Hunger declines, but some fear Trump proposals could reverse the trend, By Alfred Lubrano The Philadelphia Inquirer

    A decrease in food insecurity outlined in a newly released federal report occurred during President Donald Trump’s time in office, yet anti-hunger advocates hasten to say that Trump may well undo gains against hunger with his administration’s efforts to cut food stamp benefits.

  • Hunger may be down, but this is still a huge, huge red flag.” (Joel Berg, CEO of Hunger Free America, based in New York)

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