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104. Federal Food Stamp Act

All links are to the Federal Food Stamp Act, 7 U.S.C. 2011 et seq., as posted at the U.S. Code collection of the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School.

  • 2011 – Congressional declaration of policy
  • 2012 – Definitions
  • 2012a – Publicly operated community health centers
  • 2013 – Establishment of program
  • 2014 – Eligible households
  • 2015 – Eligibility disqualifications
  • 2016 – Issuance and use of coupons
  • 2017 – Value of allotment
  • 2018 – Approval of retail food stores and wholesale food concerns
  • 2019 – Redemption of coupons
  • 2020 – Administration
  • 2021 – Civil money penalties and disqualification of retail food stores and wholesale food concerns
  • 2022 – Disposition of claims
  • 2023 – Administrative and judicial review; restoration of rights
  • 2024 – Violations and enforcement
  • 2025 – Administrative cost-sharing and quality control
  • 2026 – Research, demonstration, and evaluations
  • 2027 – Appropriations and allotments
  • 2028 – Puerto Rico block grant
  • 2029 – Workfare
  • 2030 – Washington Family Independence Demonstration Project
  • 2031 – Food stamp portion of Minnesota Family Investment Plan
  • 2032 – Automated data processing and information retrieval systems
  • 2033 – Territory of American Samoa
  • 2034 – Assistance for community food projects
  • 2035 – Simplified Food Stamp Program
  • 2036 – Availability of commodities for emergency food assistance program