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Decreased Participation in Summer Meals Puts More Low-Income Children at Increased Risk of Food Insecurity
FRAC’s Summer Nutrition Status Reports find that only 3 million chldren received a nutritious summer lunch on an average weekday in July 2017 through the Summer Nutrition Programs compared to the 20 million children who participated in free and reduced-price school lunch during 2016. Even fewer children – 1.6  million — ate breakfast at a summer meals site in July 2017.
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Hunger Doesn't Take a Vacation

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Jun 14, 2018
Clarissa Hayes

FRAC’s Hunger Doesn’t Take a Vacation — Summer Nutrition Report released this week finds that just over 3 million children received a lunch through the Summer Nutrition Programs in July 2017, a small decrease of 14,000 compared to the previous summer.

May 29, 2018
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Too many veterans suffer hardship in silence. Just like I did. We are trained not to complain, to be self-sufficient, and to put the needs of others before our own. The proposed House farm bill, the Agriculture & Nutrition Act of 2018 (H.R. 2), will only create more suffering for veterans by weakening the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and forcing veterans and others to make impossible choices between food, health care, and shelter. It is time to speak up and act.

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