Baker administration announces increased SNAP benefits in response to rising utility costs

The Baker administration announced nearly 200,000 Massachusetts households who participate in SNAP will see increased benefits this month. It’s in response to the rising cost of utilities. The state also plans to send messages later this month with information on the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program to around 300,000 households that receive SNAP benefits.

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