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Field Reports

Hungry in Florida: Three Options in the Food Stamp Program to Help Alleviate Poverty and Improve Food Security

Sean Coffey, Emerson Fellow
Published 2004

Miami, Florida

Hungry in Florida: Three Options in the Food Stamp Program to Help Alleviate Poverty and Improve Food Security examines three federal options that Florida can adopt to dramatically improve its Food Stamp Program and recommending that the state agency administering Food Stamps change its sanctions policy, automate short-term Food Stamp benefits to families leaving welfare, and restructure its vehicle restrictions

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Publication tags: Field Reports - Domestic Federal Nutrition Programs, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)/Food Stamps - Policymakers, SNAP/Food Stamp Recipients

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Sean Coffey

Emerson Fellow,