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July 1, 2017

Advocates in WV Concerned About Proposed Funding Cuts to SNAP

Charleston Gazette-Mail – Three of West Virginia’s five representatives in Congress say they won’t support President Donald Trump’s proposed cuts to food assistance benefits, on which nearly one in five West Virginians rely. Read.

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