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Special Disaster Rules for Accepting SNAP EBT Benefits for Hot Food Purchases

Due to the power outages, severe flooding and displacements from homes caused by the Kilauea Volcanic Eruption, and effective immediately, retail food stores licensed by the Food and Nutrition Service and located in Hawaii County may accept SNAP benefits in exchange for HOT foods and foods intended to be consumed on retailer premises.

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Cost-of-Living Adjustments of the Maximum Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Allotments

Cost-of-Living adjustments to the SNAP allotments, deductions, income eligibility standards for the 48 States, D.C., Guam, and the Virgin Islands.

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Questions & Answers on Evacuees

This guidance applies to the Expanded Disaster Evacuee Policy (September 2, 2005, as modified on September 14, 2005).

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National Evacuee Policy
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The National Enhanced Policy for Evacuees

This version replaces the guidance published on September 9, 2005. We have clarified that the policy is applicable to evacuees that apply either in September or October 2005, and to households that move within the state. Concurrently, we have revised the Expanded Disaster Evacuee Policy to allow that policy to apply through October 31, 2005.

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Expanded Disaster Evacuee Policy
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2008 Evacuee Policy Hurricane Gustav and Ike Response

Evacuee Policy for Hurricane Gustav and Ike

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SNAP - Extension for Afghani Special Immigrants

FNS guidance of March 20, 2008 provided that the eligibility of Afghani Special Immigrants was in effect through Sept. 30, 2008 under Public Law 110-161, The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2008.

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2008 Evacuee Policy Hurricane Gustav Response

Hurricane Gustav Response 2008 Evacuee Policy

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Income Excluded by Federal Law—Disaster Unemployment Assistance

P.L. 100-707 authorizes the President under the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act to pay Disaster Unemployment Assistance to any individual unemployed as a result of a major disaster.