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-Vets rely on food stamps

As the nation prepares to observe Veterans Day, a new report finds that 15,000 New Jersey veterans rely on federal assistance to put food on the table – aid that is threatened under a Congressional proposal that would deny help to thousands of New Jersey residents, including veterans. The Center for Budget Policy and Priorities’ just released data show...


-Setting the table for hunger reforms

We will be gathering at the Statehouse on Nov. 29 to highlight a legislative anti-hunger package and our hunger priorities. Our partners are invited to join us on Nov. 29 at 11 a.m. as we highlight a recently-introduced package of 13 measures aimed at curbing hunger in the Garden State and unveiling our 2019 hunger-priorities. Register to attend. More Info On...


-Package of anti-hunger bills unveiled

A package of 13 bills introduced this week promises to curb hunger in the Garden State. The New Jersey State Assembly this week introduced a package of 13 bills aimed at addressing hunger in New Jersey. Led by Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin, who has made hunger a top priority, the effort promises to curb hunger on college campuses, connect people with...