The New Yorker Follows Our Reporting on Food Stamps

In August 2013, Slate (10 million monthly readers) published “SNAP Judgment,” in which reporter Jane Black explained why anti-hunger groups were protesting limitations on junk food purchased with SNAP, or food stamps. The story was subsequently syndicated to other print and online outlets through The Washington Post Media Service, and was cited by The New Yorker. Black also appeared on Heritage Radio Network to discuss the story.

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