Last week, the House Agriculture Committee approved the Agriculture and Nutrition Assistance Act of 2018 (H.R.2), also known as the “Farm Bill,” which reauthorizes farm programs and policy as well as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). The bill proposes deep cuts to food assistance under SNAP: an estimated 2 million people would lose their SNAP food assistance or see their benefits reduced, over 10 years. The Committee vote set the stage for the bill to advance to the House floor; a date for a vote on the bill by the full House has not yet been set. The Senate has not yet announced its plans for the Farm Bill reauthorization. Visit the House Agriculture Committee YouTube channel for archived video of the markup. The Arc opposes this legislation.