President Donald Trump is set to unveil a slew of new antipoverty efforts during his first CPAC address on Thursday.
The president is expected to say the Trump administration’s plan to reduce poverty is a success, as he has promised during his campaign.
But there are several other areas the administration could explore in the speech that are not yet set in stone.
For example, Trump will outline how the administration will reduce the number of people who are receiving food stamps.
The number of recipients who have been counted by the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) has fallen from more than 22 million in 2009 to about 10 million in 2017.
The program helps low-income families with their food and rent expenses, as well as for health and other expenses.
The Trump administration has been pushing to make SNAP more generous.
But many conservatives have criticized the administration’s proposed increase, saying it could actually result in more poverty and a spike in hunger in the country.
Trump also is expected address how the government can combat opioid addiction.
While the opioid crisis has been one of Trump’s biggest campaign promises, the administration has not released an official plan yet.
Trump has also pledged to create a new federal agency to help the unemployed and those who are underemployed find work.
While many Trump administration officials have expressed concern about the job market, they have also said that there are more unemployed Americans than any other group.
A new CNN/ORC poll shows that 62 percent of Americans think the economy is improving.
That’s an improvement from the 61 percent who said so in a similar poll last month.
The poll was conducted on March 10-11.
It has a margin of error of 3 percentage points.
Trump will also unveil a plan to boost access to affordable health care.
The White House is also expected to propose a new law to allow individuals to use Medicare to pay for private health insurance.
The new law, which would apply to people who receive Medicare through an employer or government program, is expected in the form of a tax credit.
The proposal would allow Medicare to subsidize private health plans that cover essential health services, including dental, vision, hearing and mental health services.
It would also require insurers to cover these services for employees of public and private employers who buy plans through Medicare.
The tax credit would help offset the cost of private insurance, which has increased dramatically in recent years.
The Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, has also been under intense scrutiny from conservatives who argue that it’s costing the country billions of dollars a year and has resulted in more people being uninsured.
A number of GOP lawmakers, including House Speaker Paul Ryan, have pushed for the ACA to be repealed.