Low-income Montana families face hunger. This report describes how state can improve the Food Stamp Program.
Personal stories of families living with food insecurity and how the Food Stamp Program can help.
Washington’s plan to apply for a federal waiver for the state’s Medicaid program threatens to cut services and enrollment. This report explains why a Medicaid waiver is harmful to those receiving public health care.
Quality, affordable housing has become severely limited over recent years. A National Housing Trust Fund will make it easier for low-income families to find a place to live.
Hunger greatly affects Idaho’s low-income families. This report covers measures the state can take to ensure families and individuals no longer go hungry.
The Food Stamp Program was severely damaged by “reforms” in 1996 and needs to be updated by governors and Congress.
Low wages and insufficient training for airport security workers put travelers at Seattle’s Sea-Tac airport at risk, but better working conditions and benefits will ensure airport workers can do their jobs effectively.
Low-income communities in Billings, MT face higher than average prices for food at Albertson’s supermarkets.
The 2001 Job Gap Study calculates a basic family budget for different family structures. Based on this “living wage,” the study then estimates the number and proportion of job openings that provide a sufficient wage to support and individual or a family’s basic needs without relying on public assistance.
Oregon families in desperate need of food assistance are being denied food stamps. This report explains how Adult and Family Services can improve access to the Food Stamp Program for Oregon’s hungry.