The Trump Administration has proposed changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program--or, SNAP. The service provides food assistance to millions of low-income Americans. The program, as it works now, provides money to families and individuals to use at grocery stores or farmers markets. With SNAP benefits, people can purchase fresh produce, dairy, meat, and other foodstuffs. However, the plan the Trump Administration is suggesting would change the benefits and provide a "Harvest Box" of shelf-stable food in lieu of money. We speak with Jamila Michener, Assistant Professor in the Department of Government at Cornell University, about the proposed plan and what it could mean for low-income Americans.