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  1. Washington’s New Rule on Public Charge Seeks to Take Food From Immigrants Living in the United States

    A new rule proposed by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security seeks to discriminate against immigrants already living in the United States if they currently receive food assistance through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). The proposed rule change known as the “public charge” would require that immigrants who seek adjustment of status or a […]

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  2. The Holidays Bring Out The Best in Long Islanders

    Food banks, soup kitchens and emergency food pantries across the country are gearing up for what has always been the busiest time of the year as we prepare for Thanksgiving, and then the December holidays. This is the time of year when many individuals and businesses on Long Island are thinking about ways to help […]

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