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21. Rising food prices take a bite out of food stamp benefits (id:27428)

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22. Simulated effects of changes to state and federal asset eligibility policies for the Food Stamp Program (id:26691)

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23. Sources of variation in state-level food stamp participation rates (id:32796)

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24. The costs of benefit delivery in the Food Stamp Program : lessons from a cross-program analysis (id:32783)

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25. The 2005 Gulf Coast hurricanes' effect on Food Stamp Program caseloads and benefits issued (id:20583)

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26. Can food stamps do more to improve food choices? (id:27378)

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27. Can food stamps do more to improve food choices? : an economic perspective (id:22840)

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28. Can food stamps do more to improve food choices? : overview (id:35110)

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29. Could behavioral economics help improve diet quality for nutrition assistance program participants? (id:28881)

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30. Food and nutrition assistance programs and obesity : 1976 -2002 (id:19452)

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31. Food and nutrition assistance programs and obesity : 1976-2002 (id:20589)

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32. Food spending patterns of low-income households : will increasing purchasing power result in healthier food choices? (id:35117)

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33. Higher cost of food in some areas may affect food stamp households' ability to make healthy food choices (id:35363)

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34. How can we tell if we are making a difference? : ERS efforts to improve evaluation of nutrition outcomes (id:35116)

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35. Making healthy food choices easier : ideas from behavioral economics (id:35362)

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36. Stretching the food stamp dollar : regional price differences affect affordability of food (id:35106)

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37. The effects of food stamps on obesity (id:32855)

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38. Food stamp program costs and error rates, 1989-2001 (id:32819)

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39. The MID-SIPP model : a simulation approach for projecting impacts of changes in the Food Stamp Program (id:32817)

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40. South Carolina food stamp and well-being study : transitions in food stamp and TANF participation and employment among families with children (id:32788)