Wisconsin people receiving food benefits would have to spend at least 67 percent of them on healthy foods, while certain items would be banned, under a bill the Assembly approved Wednesday.
The prohibited items would include crab, lobster and shrimp.
The bill now moves to the state Senate, which did not consider a similar bill last session.
Any such changes to the FoodShare program in Wisconsin would have to be approved by the federal government - because it funds the program. So far, the USDA has not given any state permission to impose such restrictions.