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OCFSN "Bills to Watch For" Webinar-- - Shared screen with speaker view
Rebecca Landis
15:10
Needs to be louder
Allyson Gardner
19:08
Molly, how did you calculate that 1$ in SNAP dollars brings 1.79 to local communities?
Lauren Gwin
22:29
Allyson - I think this is a finding from the DUFB evaluation from the FINI grant, but we can check with Molly.
Lauren Gwin
24:05
And ask the source of the multiplier, and how accurate this will be in different places.
Rachael Ward
27:31
May have missed this but why is it separated into two bills and how do they differ?
Jason Skipton
27:37
How do you see the possible new changes to the public charge impacting the use of SNAP benefits and impacts to this program?
Miriam Latzer
27:41
Do you have a potential time frame for the entire process…
Allyson Gardner
27:45
Would this legislature still limit DUFB to flirts, vegetables, and nuts?
Rebecca Landis
27:55
Will the bill require the eventual program to use the DUFB model, or will it be a bit more flexible.
Rebecca Landis
28:13
Just tactical.
Matthew Buck
28:59
USDA research has found that SNAP has a multiplier of 1.73 to 1.79, meaning that “an increase of $1 billion in SNAP benefits increases GDP by $1.73 to $1.79 billion” and “results in an increase of 8,900 to 17,900 full-time equivalent jobs” (Oliveira et al., 2018). Victor Oliveira, Mark Press, Laura Tiehen, and David Smallwood, “Design Issues in USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program: Looking Ahead by Looking Back,” U.S. Dept. of Agric., Econ. Research Svc., Economic Research Report No. 243 (January 2018), available online, https://www.ers.usda.gov/publications/pub-details/?pubid=86923
Rebecca Landis
31:00
Why not just say product selection will meet federal requirements. There could be slight differences.
Jason Skipton
43:42
How do you find Leg. Sponsor? What does this process look like?
Miriam Latzer
46:31
Could you speak more about the future of the restricted lands and their potential re-sale (with a agricultural easement). What stops properties with easements from increasing in market value? Do you have examples of OPAV - option to purchase at Ag Value in the state of Oregon?
John Warner
57:19
Would you clarify whether it is $4.0MM or $8.5MM in new funding for the 2019-2021 biennium?
Jason Skipton
58:47
What will be the possible funding in % for procurement and education?
Jason Skipton
01:05:02
Megan, count us in to help! When do you need a formal letter by?
Jason Skipton
01:06:06
How much funding are you looking to raise to advocate for this?
Sara Miller
01:08:40
Are you doing an online campaign toraise funds for campaign support? If you do we can all promote it.
Rebecca Landis
01:09:11
Thanks!