Altered rules would also cut monthly benefits and end free or discounted lunches to nearly a million students
The changes, if they had been instituted last year, would have resulted in 3.7 million fewer people and 2.1m fewer
The altered rules would also reduce benefits received by many people, with 2.2m households set to have their
The analysis, by the not-for-profit Urban Institute, said that three planned changes to Snap would “significantly alter” food-based help provided
Sonny Perdue, the US agriculture secretary, wrote in a USA Today op-ed that the Trump administration was “taking steps to restore integrity to Snap and move people toward self-sufficiency”.