The Senate budget (SB 257) includes a provision that would restrict pathways to SNAP eligibility for children and families and unnecessarily increase the program’s administrative burden. If enacted, this change would result in the loss of SNAP assistance for 133,000 North Carolinians—including more than 51,000 children.3
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