Which states will provide extra food stamps in September?
Many US states announced that they will provide additional food stamps (SNAP) benefits to eligible families.
Households who are eligible will get these extra benefits.
Earlier this month, Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced that the state would provide more than $305.5 million in food benefits for 1.5 million Texas households in August.
"It is imperative that every family across our state has access to nutritious food," said Governor Abbott.
"Through the extension of emergency SNAP benefits and the work of HHSC, we are ensuring Texans have the resources they need to stay healthy."
However, Texas has not officially announced that they will provide extra food stamps in September.
There are 15 states who announced extra food stamps in September.These states are…..
Alabama, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Maine, New Jersey, New Hampshire, North Carolina,
Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin.
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