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FoodSNAP's Blog Archive for October 2018

The latest information on SNAP/ Food Stamp advocacy in Massachusetts.

Upcoming Webinars on Public Charge (10/31) and How to File Comments (10/29); City of Boston Impact Analysis

Thanks to all who attended Tuesday's Boston SNAP Coalition and special thanks to MLRI's Immigration Fellow, Mario Paredes for joining us to present information on the proposed "public charge" changes that can harm immigrant families.  

Please remember and repeat these two key points:  

SNAP Coalition Meeting October 23rd AGENDA; Update on Recent Cash Assistance Changes

Boston SNAP Coalition: October 23rd AGENDA: 

Upcoming Training on CORI - Monday, October 29, 2018

How to Submit Comments to Oppose Proposed "Public Charge" Rule Changes that harm low-income immigrants in Massachusetts and US

Thanks to all those who joined in the MIRA-MLRI-Health Law Advocates webinar yesterday. We know these rules are really CONFUSING !  Here's the core take-aways.  

MLRI's new Advocacy Tool for Elder and Disabled Tenants: How to Lower Your Rent and Boost your SNAP Benefits

We are delighted to release our new Guide:  How to Lower your Rent and Boost Your SNAP Benefits: An Advocacy Tool for Elder and Disabled Public/Subsidized Housing Tenants - available online HERE: https://www.mas

Next Steps flier for SNAP applicants, DTA clarification about dependent care costs

Next Steps Flier: For Organizations Helping Households Apply for SNAP

Public Charge Update for Anti-Hunger and Health Care Advocates

Update on Proposed Public Charge Rule –It’s Coming