The Trump Administration proposed a rule recently that would place time limits on nutrition assistance for unemployed and underemployed people who can’t document a set number of work hours per week. Read CLASP’s latest blog about how the proposal would restrict 755,000 low-income people-including many adult and postsecondary education students and workforce training participants-from using the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Make your voice heard by opposing the SNAP rule with a public comment before April 2nd.
We urge you to submit comments and ask other organizations throughout your network to submit their own. CLASP has created template comments for adult and postsecondary education and workforce development partners as well as for postsecondary students. In your comment, please add your own stories to describe why the proposal is harmful.