Thursday, June 20

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The Community Programs Office, which manages several programs that aim to increase student food security, could get help informing people who qualify for CalFresh benefits under a new bill. (April Hoang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

New bill would require notifying students of CalFresh eligibility

A state assemblymember introduced a new bill that would make it easier for college students to qualify for food stamps. Assemblymember Shirley Weber introduced Assembly Bill 214, which would require the California Student Aid Commission to provide written notice to Cal Grant recipients who are qualified to participate in the CalFresh program, federally known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Read more...

The Community Programs Office, which manages several programs that aim to increase student food security, could get help informing people who qualify for CalFresh benefits under a new bill. (April Hoang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

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(April Ding/Daily Bruin)
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Low-income students at the University of California and other higher education institutions could have access to more financial aid year-round if Congress acts by the end of this week to expand the Pell grant program. (Daily Bruin file photo)
Low-income students at the University of California and other higher education institutions could have access to more financial aid year-round if Congress acts by the end of this week to expand the Pell grant program. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Bruin Republicans did not initially take a stance on President-elect Donald Trump before the election, but now some members say they think the country should unite around its new leader. (Daily Bruin file photo)
Bruin Republicans did not initially take a stance on President-elect Donald Trump before the election, but now some members say they think the country should unite around its new leader. (Daily Bruin file photo)