Welfare benefits stolen? Follow this guide to get your money back –  The Baltimore Banner, February 8, 2024

Maryland lawmakers must have child hunger on the menu | READER COMMENTARY – The Baltimore Sun, January 11, 2024

One-year extension of farm bill buoys food insecure in MD – Maryland Public News Service, January 2, 2024

Living In Baltimore – Heaven 600 the Gospel Station (WCAO-AM), November 25, 2023

In the midst of bounty, too many Marylanders go hungry. Here’s how you can help. | STAFF COMMENTARY- The Baltimore Sun, November 16, 2023

Maryland Hunger Report Highlights Crucial Role of Federal Nutrition Programs – The Southern Maryland Chronicle, November 13, 2023

With a shutdown looming, states and localities ready plans – Route Fifty, November 13, 2023

Report: 1 in 9 Marylanders rely on federal programs to avoid food insecurity – Maryland Public News Service, October 30, 2023

Prince George’s Upcoming Bag Fee Law Will Not Exempt SNAP Recipients – Washington Informer, October 11, 202

Henrietta Lacks memorial lecture at Johns Hopkins focuses on creating a healthier community – WBFF Fox 45 Baltimore, October 10, 2023

2023 Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award Winner Maryland Hunger Solutions, – Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute, October 7, 2023

Government shutdown could cut food aid for millions of women, children – Scripps News, September 27, 2023

Influential Marylanders 2023 Digital Edition – The Daily Record, September 22, 2023

SNAP recipients get $6 per day to eat on average, say hunger relief advocates – WMDT-TV, August 24, 2023

State, nationwide hunger-relief nonprofit says SNAP benefits equate to about $6 a day for person – Maryland Matters, August 22, 2023

Rising grocery prices, food stamp cuts, and summertime amplify hunger in Baltimore food deserts – The Baltimore Sun, August 16, 2023

Food service workers’ vital role in education honored in BMI exhibit –  WYPR, August 11, 2023

The Daily Record announces 2023 Influential Marylanders honorees – The Daily Record, July 28, 2023

Grants awarded to organizations fighting food insecurity – The Frederick-News Post, July 12, 2023

Food Insecurity Grants Awarded to 13 Local Organizations – The Community Foundation of Frederick County, July 12, 2023

New ‘Essentials Index:’ Rising costs mean low-income Marylanders struggle to afford food, housing – Maryland Matters, June 29, 2023

Reusable bags deserve for attention; Exempt low-income residents from plastic bag fee | READER COMMENTARY – Capital Gazette, June 18, 2023

CTV News Update – Prince George’s Community Television, June 8, 2023

Hunger relief organizations say expanded work requirements for SNAP are ‘unusually cruel’ – Maryland Matters, June 6, 2023

The Friday Checkout: Debt ceiling bill has controversial SNAP changes –  Grocery Dive, June 2, 2023

CBO’s Claim on SNAP Work Requirements Is Highly Suspect – The American Prospect, June 1, 2023

Why the Debt Ceiling Deal Could Inflict More Harm on Black Americans – Capital B News, May 31, 2023

Low-income Marylanders using SNAP already in a tough spot and the debt ceiling debate makes it worse – WYPR, May 31, 2023

Debt Ceiling Deal: SNAP Expansion Links Benefits to Work Requirements – Scripps News, May 31, 2023

Dan Rodricks: Andy Harris plays doctor to justify food stamp cuts – The Baltimore Sun, May 23, 2023

Anti-hunger advocates lobby on debt ceiling bill, farm bill, approps – The Fence Post, May 9, 2023

Low-income Marylanders face food insecurity as federal COVID benefits come to an end – Maryland Matters, May 6, 2023

Grocers launch new SNAP benefits – Grocery Dive, April 18, 2023

Giant Food Announces Partnership with Baltimore City Government Benefiting SNAP and EBT Eligible Residents – Yahoo Finance, April 17, 2023

Maryland Faces Increased Food Insecurity After SNAP Benefit Cuts – The Southern Maryland Chronicle, April 13, 2023

MD SNAP Benefit Reductions Will Total Nearly $700 Million in 2023 –  Maryland Public News Service, April 12, 2023

Kibbitzing with Kagan-Michael J. Wilson – Kibbitzing with Kagan, March 28, 2023

Pandemic Emergency Food Stamp Benefits End For 770K MD Residents – Patch, March 17, 2023

Maryland should augment SNAP benefits | READER COMMENTARY – The Baltimore Sun, March 16, 2023

Families search for ways to stretch SNAP benefits following major reduction – WMAR 2 News Baltimore, March 7, 2023

Howard County residents face ‘hunger cliff’ with end to pandemic-era emergency food aid – Howard County Times, March 3, 2023

Opinion: Baltimore County bag ban weakened by loss of equity provision – The Baltimore Banner, March 2, 2023

Federal food aid reduction means Maryland families are facing ‘benefits cliff’ – The Baltimore Banner, March 1, 2023

Maryland can provide economic mobility; Black business support helps Baltimore –  The Baltimore Banner, February 28, 2023

The SNAP challenge and better understanding the benefits cut – WMAR 2 News Baltimore, February 27, 2023

NP Profile: Gina A. Friel, DNP, RN, CRNP-PC, Creates Screening Process for Childhood Obesity – February 16, 2023

SNAP emergency allotments ending soon, impacting grocery spending – Grocery Dive, February 13, 2023

Dan Rodricks: A fellow congressman asks a question for the ages: ‘What’s wrong with Andy Harris?’ | COMMENTARY – Baltimore Sun, February 10, 2023

From $258 to $23, SNAP recipients will see a major reduction in benefits – WMAR-TV Baltimore, February 7, 2023

As emergency SNAP benefits end, anti-hunger groups scramble to meet the need – Fern AG Insider, January 30, 2023

Food Insecurity Looms Amid Inflation, End of COVID Era Supports – Public News Service, December 27, 2022

Maryland Food Bank buying double the food at twice the pre-COVID price –  The Center Square Maryland, December 26, 2022

LETTER: Maryland Hunger Solutions Praises Historic Annapolis – Eye on Annapolis, December 10, 2022

How to help food-insecure Marylanders this holiday season – The Baltimore Banner, November 23, 2022

Dozens of Howard County families report food stamp theft amid nationwide uptick in electronic benefit fraud – The Baltimore Sun, November 21, 2022

Maryland families feel hopeless after SNAP, cash assistance fraud – WUSA 9, November 18, 2022

Letter to Editor: Allegany College of Maryland using multi-faced approach to food insecurity – Cumberland-Times News, November 9, 2022

Guide to Giving 2022 – Bethesda Magazine, October 27, 2022

How can schools measure student poverty beyond free and reduced-price meal data? –  K-12 Dive, October 11, 2022

Cheeseburgers, ‘emoji fries’ and fruit: Inside Baltimore City’s school lunch program – The Baltimore Banner, September 29, 2022

White House conference will address the nation’s food insecurity – NPR Morning Edition, September 28, 2022

Md. officials: SNAP helped thousands during pandemic, but challenges navigating system remain – Maryland Matters, September 21, 2022

Maryland Senate committee probes agency leaders on food benefits enrollment, theft – The Baltimore Banner, September 21, 2022

Howard County schools and families grapple with end to universal free meals program – Howard County Times, September 13, 2022

No free lunch for all kids in Maryland could mean some hungry students this year – WYPR, September 2, 2022

Groups raise concerns over ending of federal free school lunch program – Fox 5 DC, August 24, 2022

New Report Details Food Insecurity at the County Level – Maryland Association of Counties, August 8, 2022

Expert: USDA grant to address food insecurity ‘a drop in the bucket’ – The Center Square-Maryland, July 1, 2022

Screening Tool Combats Food Insecurity and Pediatric Obesity – Clinical Advisor, May 5, 2022

A desire to provide healthy school meals to all Maryland students– and making it happen – The Frederick-News Post, April 4, 2022

Maryland should continue free school meals – The Baltimore Sun, March 29, 2022

Legislation aims to support small business owners with past criminal convictions – The Frederick News-Post, February 22, 2022

More Americans Can Now Use Food Stamps for Restaurants, Prepared Meals – Pew Trusts, January 4, 2022

Tusk Philanthropies Announces 2022 Anti-Hunger Campaigns as Food Insecurity Remains High Across the U.S. – Yahoo Finance, December 13, 2021

What’s a “benefits cliff,” anyway? – The Counter, December 9, 2021

Kent County leads state in school breakfast program participation – Kent County News, November 22, 2021

MD, VA SNAP recipients to retain access to emergency funds – WTOP, October 6, 2021

How upcoming cuts to SNAP emergency funds affects food banks – WBAL-TV, September 30, 2021

How You Can Fight Food Insecurity, According to On-Campus Organizations – Spoon University, September 16, 2021

Childhood hunger will last beyond next year; Biden administration, Congress must extend free meals program  – The Baltimore Sun, August 16, 2021

Relief Programs Must Adapt During the Pandemic and Beyond – The Baltimore Sun, July 27, 2021

Hunger Solutions for Maryland and Beyond – The Food Dignity Podcast, June 8, 2021

New Maryland Law Dramatically Expands Access To SNAP Assistance, Anti-Hunger Services for College Students – Mammoth Times, June 1, 2021

What the American Rescue Plan Means for Maryland – The Maryland Food Bank, April 14, 2021

Joe Biden to the Rescue and It’s Low-Income Families First. The Rich Will Be Fine – The Baltimore Sun, March 16, 2021

Keynote Panel Discussion: How to Best Advance MLK’s Food Justice Vision – Hunger Free America, January 19, 2021

Responding to Maryland’s Deepening Hunger Crisis – WYPR, January 5, 2021

Reports: Maryland Food Insecurity Skyrockets During Pandemic — Maryland News Connection, October 29, 2020

Maryland Lawmakers Urge USDA To Increase Statewide Access To COVID-19 Food Security Program — Maryland Patch, October 29, 2020

Report: School Meals Programs in Maryland Aren’t Reaching Enough Eligible Kids — WTOP, October 28, 2020

Md. Lawmakers Urge USDA to Increase Statewide Access to COVID-19 Food Security Program — Maryland Matters, October 27, 2020

Hundreds of Thousands More Marylanders Turned to SNAP Benefits to Eat During Pandemic — Maryland Matters, October 23, 2020

SNAP in Maryland — Living in Baltimore, August 27, 2020

Are Republicans Just Going to Let Americans Go Hungry? — DanRodricks.com, August 22, 2020

Note to Republicans in Congress: ‘It’s an awesome blessing to provide for people in need’ — The Baltimore Sun, July 31, 2020

Why Advocates Say Food Stamps Should Work on Cooked Food — Next City, July 1, 2020

SNAP to It! — Essential Service!, July 6, 2020

Unemployment — The Real News Network, June 17, 2020

‘Cascading Failures of the State’: COVID-19 Impacts on Health, Food Security Amplifying George Floyd Protests — ABC News, June 5, 2020

With The Pandemic, Food Insecurity Is Soaring — WYPR, April 21, 2020

Claim that anyone, regardless of income, can get food stamps in Maryland is false — WUSA 9, April 20, 2020

Op-ed: Trump administration proposal puts SNAP benefits in jeopardy — Baltimore Sun, November 26, 2019

Proposed USDA rule is bad for our kids — Frederick News Post, November 1, 2019

Editorial: Hungry students should not be humiliated at school — Baltimore Sun, October 28, 2019

NPR News Now — National Public Radio, October 19, 2019

Report: Maryland Should Do More to Prevent School Lunch Shaming — Maryland Matters, October 11, 2019

Proposed Change Could See Thousands of Marylanders Losing Supplemental Benefits — Prince Georges County Sentinel, September 26, 2019

Maryland Delegation Urges USDA to Reconsider Food and Nutrition Benefit Changes — Office of Sen. Chris Van Hollen, September 17, 2019

Op-Ed: Standing Up for Those Struggling to Survive — The AFRO, August 30, 2019

Trump administration change could eliminate food assistance for an estimated 15,000 Baltimore residents — Baltimore Sun, August 22, 2019

Trump administration change to food stamps would cut benefits for estimated 15,000 Baltimoreans — Baltimore Fishbowl, August 22, 2019

Letter to the Editor: Trump’s proposal would increase hunger for thousands — Dorchester Banner, August 14, 2019

Advocates Fear Loss of Food Benefits for Tens of Thousands – Maryland Matters, July 26, 2019

Summer Hunger: Advocates Push for Changes to Child Nutrition Programs – Maryland Matters, July 10, 2019

Healthy Food Options Become Available in Prince George’s — Washington Informer, June 5, 2019