Center for Public Policy Priorities
Food and Nutrition: Latest Work
Texas is one of the hungriest state in the nation, and one of the heaviest. These problems are related as poor Texans struggle to provide a healthy diet for their families. We are dedicated to achieving food security and reducing obesity for all Texans.
2016

JUL
12
Community Eligibility: Feeding All Your Students
for Free

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JAN
21
Afterschool Meals: Keep Students Fueled with Free Meals After Classes
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2015
JAN
28
Food and Nutrition in Texas: What You Need to Know READ MORE
BLOG POST
2014
MAY
16
Texas Schools, Raise Your Hand for a Better Way to Feed Students READ MORE
MAR
04
PRESS RELEASE: Texas Students, Schools and Districts to Benefit from New Law on School Breakfast READ MORE
FEB
26
Making Breakfast Big in Texas: The Most Important Meal of the Day Just Got Better for Texas Students and Schools READ MORE
2013
NOV
12
Open Letter to Farm Bill Conference Committee Members READ MORE
SEP
03

Protect SNAP: What Can You Do?

 
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APR
22

SNAP Resource Limits Undermine Family Self-Sufficiency

 
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MAR
07

The Curious Case of No-Charge School Breakfast: How Serving More for Less Pays Off 

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FEB
22

Promoting Successful Rehabilitation and Reentry of Ex-Drug Offenders 

 
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