'This Is Hurting Kids:' Vt. AG Urges Comments on Proposed Changes to Nutrition Benefits

NECN - Vermont’s attorney general Wednesday urged people across his state to speak out against a proposal by the White House and USDA to change rules around eligibility for nutrition benefits—once known as food stamps, now called 3SquaresVT in Vermont.

'That Would Actually Hurt Me:' Vermonters Voice Opposition to Proposed SNAP Cuts

NECN - A proposal from the Trump administration to reform nutrition benefits is being met with pushback by Vermont's Republican governor and the state's Department for Children and Families, which says the move could affect thousands of kids in the state who rely on food support.

Getting food to Vermont families in need

WCAX - In a nationwide review by the Food & Research Action Center, Vermont was ranked second in the nation for providing food to families in the summertime. But that does not mean the summertime doesn't pose issues for food-insecure families or the organizations that try to lend a hand.

Group strives to include cultural sensitivity in food assistance mission

WCAX - There's an effort underway to make sure hungry communities in Chittenden County and elsewhere get served in ways that fit their cultures. Galen Ettlin spoke with Becca Mitchell from Hunger Free Vermont about what the group hopes to accomplish.