Get ready for big food stamp increase for February 2022 in most of the states. Some states are still suffering due to pandemic, and they want to be sure their SNAP beneficiaries are cared for with food stamps. This means they’re giving residents the maximum amount they can for benefits during the month of February. A permanent increase was put into place last year in Oct. by the Biden administration. In 48 states, families with a household size of 4 can see a maximum of $835 per month. In Alaska they can see as much as $1,664. Hawaii has a max benefit of $1,573. Guam’s max is $1,231, while the Virgin Islands is $1,074. The states offering emergency benefits will likely change for March.
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