Beginning April 1, fewer people in New York will be eligible for food stamps. The state is updating its Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, requirements to be more selective, and food banks across the region are bracing for the change, expecting to see more hungry residents in need of their services. Food Bank for New York City CEO Margarette Purvis joins us to provide perspective on this critical issue and how organizations like hers are preparing to address the increased need.
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