"Food banks and programs that help low-income people in Montana are concerned about provisions in President Donald Trump’s proposed budget that would drastically cut money for food assistance programs and change the way they are delivered, as well as end funding for programs that help people pay heating bills. . . . About 120,000 Montanans — roughly 1 in 10 — get SNAP benefits each month. About two-thirds of recipients are children, seniors and people with disabilities."
Read more at:
"What's the Future of SNAP benefits? Montana Food Banks Concerned by Recent Talks of Cuts" by Holly K. Michels, Independent Record
, February 13, 2018http://helenair.com/news/...36a21.html
Here's another article of interest:
"Guest Opinion: How Medicaid Reduced Bankruptcy in Montana: by Kathy Kelker, Billings Gazette
, February 18, 2018http://billingsgazette.co...651e9.html