Today’s quick hits, Sept. 21, 2022

More U.S. humanitarian aid: President Biden is due to announce more than $100 million in new U.S. humanitarian aid on Wednesday that will help build agricultural systems overseas, said national security adviser Jake Sullivan. (Washington Examiner)

Baby-formula shortage report: FDA commissioner Robert Califf said an internal review of the agency’s response to the infant formula shortage identified areas for improvement by the agency and that accountability would be “handled through the personnel process.” (Politico)

More online SNAP retailers: In the past four months, 44 retail chains, with a total of 1,240 stores, joined the USDA program allowing SNAP participants to shop for groceries online, “providing 99 percent of all SNAP participants with access to online purchasing.” (Food and Nutrition Service)

Tight race in Georgia: Sen. Rapheal Warnock, a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, was the leader in one poll and trailed Republican Herschel Walker in another — both within the margin of error — in the race for Senate in Georgia. (The Hill)

Winning while losing population: President Biden, who won the popular vote in only 10 percent of rural counties, did best in counties with the largest declines in population and which also had higher percentages of ethnic or racial minorities. (Daily Yonder)