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Nebraska governor reverses course and says state will take federal funding to feed children

  • Nebraska Gov. Jim Pillen has decided to accept federal aid through the Summer EBT Program to address childhood hunger.
  • The program provides a $120 EBT card for students on free or reduced meal programs, benefiting 150,000 children and bringing economic benefits worth $18 million to Nebraska.
  • Pillen's change of heart was influenced by conversations with students who expressed their hunger concerns and the need to improve access to food programs.
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