217 Today: Congress made SNAP work rules stricter. Food advocates worry about following Kansas’ lead
July 10, 2023
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In today's deep dive, we’ll learn about how the stricter work requirements for the Supplemental Nutrition and Food Program in Kansas could impact requirements in other states.
217 Today is produced by Stephanie Mosqueda. Reporting contributed by Owen Henderson, Emily Hays, Mawa Iqbal, Eric Stock and Eva Tesfaye.