Thousands In Minnesota May Lose SNAP Benefits Under Trump CutsOfficials say one in 11 Minnesotans are food insecure. The first cut to SNAP benefits will go into effect in April.
Gov. Walz Uses Holidays To Call Attention To Food Stamp CutsMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan are using the holiday season to call attention to a Trump administration plan to cut hundreds of thousands of Americans from the federal food stamp program.
DHS: About 35K Minnesotans To Lose Food Stamps Under New Trump Administration RulesThousands of Minnesotans could be kicked off food stamps under new Trump administration rules.
'Will Literally Take Food Off The Table': Thousands Of Minnesotans At Risk Of Losing Food StampsMore than 400,000 low-income Minnesotans use food stamps, but due to a new rule, many may no longer qualify.
'I Think It's Pretty Rotten': Trump Proposal Seeks To Crack Down On Food Stamp 'Loophole'Residents signing up for food stamps in Minnesota are provided a brochure about domestic violence, but it doesn't matter if they even read the pamphlet.
Food Concerns Mount As Government Shutdown ContinuesAs day 28 of the federal shutdown comes to a close, fears of the continued strain on food shelves and federal food assistance programs grows.
Sen. Tina Smith Pushes Back Against Food Stamp ChangesDemocratic Senator Tina Smith was at Second Harvest Heartland in St. Paul Saturday.
Debate Stirs Over 'America's Harvest Box,' Food Benefit PlanSNAP administrators across the country have reservations about "America's Harvest Box,"
Reality Check: Who Uses SNAP And What Does It Cover?President Donald Trump's budget proposal includes a major overhaul of America's food stamp program.
Program Now Matches SNAP Dollars At Farmers Markets Up To $10An organization working to end hunger in Minnesota is reminding SNAP users that an updated program now matches SNAP dollars spent at farmers markets up to $10.
Victims' Group Applauds Man Who Sued Church A support group for victims of clergy sexual abuse is applauding a man who pursued a public nuisance claim against church leaders in Minnesota.
Charges: Group Used Others' Food Stamps To Buy, Sell GroceriesThree people have been charged with using other people's food stamps to purchase groceries and ship them to Africa at a profit. According to the criminal complaints, the group operating the scheme bought up EBT cards from those on SNAP, usually buying them from people at homeless shelters.
Nat'l Group Protested Sexual Abuse Outside ArchdioceseA national group of victims of sexual abuse by priests protested outside the headquarters of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis on Thursday. The demonstrators spoke out against the new panel the archdiocese has created, to investigate abuse allegations.
Reality Check: The Debate Over Food StampsRepublicans in the U.S. House are promising to swiftly bring a food stamp bill up for a vote. That's after they stripped food stamps from the 5-year farm bill, and then failed to pass the farm bill, too.
Thousands Wait For Food Stamps After Outages Gut RefrigeratorsLots of people are still feeling the pinch of Friday's storm, which even changed the landscape of thousands of dinner tables in the Twin Cities.