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Field Reports

Unnoticed, Unaddressed & Unacceptable: Revealing and Attacking Washington State’s Persistent Hunger Problem

Rebekah Park, Emerson Fellow
Published 2004

Seattle, Washington

Unnoticed, Unaddressed & Unacceptable: Revealing and Attacking Washington State’s Persistent Hunger Problem outlines six solutions to reduce hunger, including increasing participation in School Lunch, Breakfast, and Summer Food programs; lifting the lifetime ban on Food Stamps for people with former drug felony convictions; and adopting two Farm Bill options that streamline reporting requirements for Food Stamps.

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Publication tags: Field Reports - Community Food Assessments, Domestic Federal Nutrition Programs, Food Access, National School Lunch Program (NSLP), School Breakfast Program (SBP), Summer Nutrition Programs (SFSP and NSLP) - Children, SNAP/Food Stamp Recipients

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Rebekah Park

Emerson Fellow,