A sign advertises a program that allows food stamp recipients to use their EBT cards to shop at a farmer’s market in Topsham, Maine. SNAP’s guidelines could easily be reformed to allow low-income families to use their food stamp money for personal hygiene items and common household goods.
A sign advertises a program that allows food stamp recipients to use their EBT cards to shop at a farmer’s market in Topsham, Maine. SNAP’s guidelines could easily be reformed to allow low-income families to use their food stamp money for personal hygiene items and common household goods. Robert F. Bukaty Associated Press file
A sign advertises a program that allows food stamp recipients to use their EBT cards to shop at a farmer’s market in Topsham, Maine. SNAP’s guidelines could easily be reformed to allow low-income families to use their food stamp money for personal hygiene items and common household goods. Robert F. Bukaty Associated Press file

These small changes would mean a great deal to America’s poor families

July 21, 2017 03:00 PM