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NCSL Hunger Partnership
Gilberto Soria Mendozaon 27 February 2014
Transcript of NCSL Hunger Partnership
YOUR Interest in a formal hunger project led to the first Partnership meeting at the
December 2010 Fall Forum
at NCSL's Legislative Summit in Louisville, Kentucky
people have participated in hunger partnership events, site visits, and meetings....
The NCSL Hunger Partnership
website has been visited
over 2, 556 times
NCSL Staff has covered more than a dozen topics relating to Nutrition & Hunger
NCSL Staff has...
crafted bipartisan, balanced and concise materials and mechanism to support legislators in their efforts to reduce hunger
our materials are so popular, we originally printed a 1,000 copies of our "Bringing Legislators to the Table" books, we doubled our supply and we are currently holding on to our last books
"The research made available by the NCSL Hunger Partnership was quite helpful in crafting SB 663 Creating WV Feed to Achieve Act," said West Virginia Senate Majority Leader John Unger, D-WV, "It enabled our Special Select Committee on Children and Poverty to incorporate into our thinking the best innovative ideas being discussed nationally."
West Virginia Feed to Achieve Act
requires that a nutritious breakfast and lunch be made available to all WV public school students
All of our
all of this work has been made possible thanks to
Senator Renee Unterman
Representative Dwight Evans