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Enhanced Snap Benefits for Hoosiers Are Set to Expire

Monthly Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits for Indiana residents may soon be reduced.

The federal government granted the state permission to issue emergency allotments to SNAP households during the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020.

SNAP families were able to receive the maximum benefit based on their household size during this time, which ends in June.

Because the state of public health emergency ended in March, May will be the last month to receive these additional benefits.

Benefits will revert to pre-pandemic levels in June.

Similar incidents have recently occurred in Kentucky and Ohio. According to our sister station WCPO in Cincinnati, households in Kentucky will lose an average of $210 per month in benefits.

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