Bipartisan Commitment Needed to Make Ending Hunger a National Goal

New York Times journalist Dorothy Samuels recalls a “bipartisan commitment to ending hunger” that existed in the 1960s and 1970s, which “succeeded in eliminating the most extreme pockets of hunger in parts of the country.”  She contrasts this with today’s partisan budget cuts that reduce the number of SNAP participants “with the pain falling mostly on low-income working families with kids and older Americans.”

Read the article here.

More Like This