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Amid rumors, bias, and confusion surrounding the health care debate, PQC will cut through the rhetoric as a broker of understandable, verified information.
SNAP helps workers in the unstable low-wage labor market. Proposals further limiting SNAP participation among non-disabled adults hold little potential to increase work & risk of increasing hardship among workers: https://t.co/tL4ztlvhrf #SNAPworks
How does #SNAP help end #ChildhoodHunger in the US? We have the answers to all your questions here! https://t.co/J0ezOJEovS
#SNAP kept 8.4 million Americans out of poverty in 2015. #FactsFirst via @CenterOnBudget. #SNAPmatters
A new study finds even without the newly proposed #SNAP cuts, current benefit amounts don’t cover the full cost of meals for the vast majority of recipients. Nearly half of SNAP recipients are children. @washingtonpost https://t.co/dDLTgntcEo
#Medicaid is the primary payer for #longtermcare, including $55B for nursing homes in 2015. #Medicare covers only limited post-acute care. See our infographic on Medicaid’s role in #nursinghome care.
Did you know? In a typical month, #SNAP (food stamps) helps about 13 million African Americans put sufficient food on the table AND lifts about 2.1 million, including 1 million children, above the #poverty line: https://t.co/BYWYD9yBq4
#SNAP (food stamps) helped about 10 million Latinos put sufficient food on the table every month, and lifts about 2.5 million Latinos, including 1.2 million children, out of #poverty every year: https://t.co/sYoOuTNXbr
Watch our video to learn more about how #SNAP helps more children than any other federal program: https://t.co/q2Wboxwu1F
Or, if that's not your thing, we wrote a whole report on how it helps more than 40 million low-income Americans afford food: https://t.co/UQDTbc9iSo