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Federal lawsuit over Missouri’s ‘dysfunctional’ SNAP call center adds two new plaintiffs

The lawsuit alleges that the state’s overburdened call center deprives eligible Missourians of federal food aid This article was originally published in the Missouri Independent. Read it here. For more than three months, Denise Davis waited to receive…

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Alaska’s unprecedented food stamp backlog is taking a harsh toll on rural communities

This article was originally published in Anchorage Daily News. Read it here. It’s been nearly six months since the Alaska Division of Public Assistance first began to fall behind on processing federal food stamp applications, leaving thousands of Alaskans still…

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Thousands of Alaskans are still waiting for food stamps as state scrambles for solutions

This article was originally published in KTOO. Read it here. After a months-long wait, thousands of Alaskans have gotten their food stamps. But thousands more are still waiting.  MaryRuth Moore of Soldotna reapplied for herself and her four…

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