Regarding “Opinion: Biden took a bite out of food insecurity.” Let’s get it over with ”(August 19):“ Money, money, money! This always seems to be the government’s solution to a problem. Let’s give people more money – it will solve food insecurity (and many other social ills), experts say. In the end, it will make little difference unless you change people’s habits while limiting what can be purchased with SNAP benefits. Today, almost 10% of the benefits of SNAP are spent on soda, which has no nutritional value. Additional money is spent on crisps and cookies which also have no nutritional value when it comes to food pyramids. The Texas legislature attempted to pass such legislation, but it failed, and even if passed, a USDA waiver would then be required. Why is this even a subject of debate and hesitation?