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Officials Remind Recipients Of Public Assistance To Check Their Benefits Status

During a Justice administration briefing, Ret. Maj. Gen. Jim Hoyer, director of the Joint Interagency COVID-19 Task Force, reminded West Virginians who receive state assistance to check the status of their benefits in light of the ending of the National Public Health Emergency.

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Unwinding Medicaid: Changes To SNAP Worry Food Security Advocates

Advocates and officials are warning that upcoming changes to SNAP benefits could put West Virginia households and food banks in jeopardy.

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SNAP Work Requirement Could Stress Food Charities

Impending changes to the state’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) will put a work requirement in place for some West Virginia residents who rely on the program to buy groceries.

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Some SNAP Recipients In W.Va. Could See Benefits Increase During Coronavirus Pandemic

The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, Bureau for Children and Families announced in a news release Tuesday that recipients of the…

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