Kids Could Lose Food Stamps, School Meals Under Proposed Federal Change

9.19.2019 California Health Report, link

Trump crackdown on legal immigrants could damage California economy, experts say

8.12.2019 LA Times, link

Why Yolo County is signing hundreds of college students up for food stamps

8.7.2019 ABC 10 Sacramento, link

School lunch could be slashed for thousands of California children under new proposal

8.2.2019 EdSource, link

Why Are More Schools Going After School Lunch Debt?

7.26.2019 Pacific Standard, link

Six Eureka schools to offer free breakfast, lunch to all students

7.24.2019 Eureka Times-Standard, link

Report says California could be losing out on food stamp funding

7.23.2019 KSBY, link

California could get $1.8 billion in food stamp funding. It just needs people to sign up

7.18.2019 CalMatters, link

Op-Ed: Seniors Are Hungry. SB 285 Cuts the Red Tape to Put Food on Their Plate

5.7.2019 Pasadena News Now, PDF

Science-Based Food Policies, What Works, What Doesn't

4.6.2019 UC Food Observer, link

Proposed Law Would Require Low-Cost Nutritious Meals at Day Care Centers and Preschools

3.11.2019 Stateline, The Pew Charitable Trusts, link

Why Crackdown Fears May Keep Legal Immigrants From Food Stamps

7.24.2018 Stateline, The Pew Charitable Trusts, link

What Bay Area residents need to know about the 2018 Farm Bill

5.18.2018, The San Francisco Chronicle, link

Farm bill will take food from needy Californians

5.14.2018, The Sacramento Bee, PDF

A Lawmaker’s Crusade to Require Public Charter Schools to Provide Free Lunch

2.15.2018, California Health Report, link

Kids in Child Care are Losing Access to a Healthy Food Program

3.14.2018, KPCC, link

More Than Half Of American Babies Are At Risk For Malnourishment

2.07.2018, Huffington Post, link

California’s housing crisis is worsening hunger and health

11.22.2017, The Sacramento Bee, PDF

Under Trump's New Budget, If You Don't Work, You Don't Eat

10.9.2017, Newsweek, PDF

Denouncing the Termination of DACA

CFPA stands in solidarity with our immigrant rights partners, affirms importance of DACA for the health and well-being of all Californians PDF

Kids can’t learn if they’re hungry. Here’s a bill that will help.

9.5.2017, The Sacramento Bee, PDF

The Meal Deal: School meals set the table, but more than a million kids miss out

8.31.2017, California Schools Magazine, PDF

Commentary: How we can fight child hunger

8.18.2017, The San Diego Union Tribune, PDF

Waterwise: State budget includes funds for water projects

7.05.2017, Visalia Times-Delta, PDF

Lunch program in full swing

6.29.2017, Register-Pajaronian, PDF
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