The social problem selected for this assignment is food insecurity for children

The social problem selected for this assignment is food insecurity for children in Texas. So many children are fed at school and in daycare in fear that they will not get fed at home. what more can be done about this?
For the source requirements:
-Select at least one scholarly article that deepens your understanding of—or narrows the context for—your social problem.
-Select at least one source that explores the population(s) impacted by your selected social problem. This can be a news article or other popular media—for example, you might select a source where someone details their personal story for how they were impacted by the social problem.
-Select at least one state policy that works to address your selected social problem for the affected populations. **Legislative proprosal assessment attached can be used to help with this**
Submit a 3 page paper, addressing the following:
• Issue Statement: Create a 1-paragraph issue statement **(view the attachment labeled “Issue Statement” for an example and explanation-NOT A SOURCE)** that hooks your audience and concisely communicates the imperative to address your selected social problem. Include the following:
In 1 paragraph, define your social problem and the population impacted by it.
In 1–2 paragraphs, explain your critical reasons for why the public and decision makers, as well as social workers, need to advocate for change.
In 1–2 paragraphs, describe what happens in communities if your goal to alleviate the problem is realized.
• Policy Review: Select a policy about food insecurity for children from the State of Texas current legislation. Summarize your selected policy, its relationships to the social problem, and the expected results. Then address the following:
Is your selected policy dictated by local or state statute—or a combination thereof?
How does the policy address your issue statement? Or what is missing?
What are the different sections, or components, of the policy?
How long has the current policy been in place?
Who supports and who opposes the policy?
What changes, or amendments, have been made to the policy?
Explain how this policy affects clients you might see in a clinical setting and why, as a clinical social worker, it would be important to advocate for change.
What policy Senate Bill or House Bill is this currently?

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