We Accept EBT signs are everywhere....................
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
On February 7, 2014, Congress passed the Agricultural Act of 2014, P.L. 113-79, which reauthorizes the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (“SNAP”). The major result of the new bill is that the free Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) equipment program has been eliminated in all states, meaningRETAILERS MUST NOW PAY FOR THEIR OWN EBT EQUIPMENT. Refer to the links to the left for detailed information from FNS and Xerox.
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SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)
(SNAP)IMPORTANT NOTICE: EBT PROCESSING EQUIPMENT IS NO LONGER FREE! On February 7, 2014,
Congress passed the Agricultural Act of 2014, P.L. 113-79, which reauthorizes the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (“SNAP”). The major result of the new bill is that the free Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) equipment program has been eliminated in all states, meaningRETAILERS MUST NOW PAY FOR THEIR OWN EBT EQUIPMENT. Refer to the links to the left for detailed information from FNS and Xerox.
CONTINUE PROCESSING EBT USING YOUR CURRENT EQUIPMENTIMPORTANT NOTICE: ALL EXISTING EBT RETAILERS MUST REVIEW THE FOLLOWING. $75.00 Monthly Fee plus$50.00 one time set up fee.
Welfare for Weed: Colorado Allows EBT Withdrawals at Pot Shops BY FOX NEWS INSIDER //JAN 21 2014 // 8:38AMAS SEEN ON FOX AND FRIENDSAmid the growing debate about the legalization of marijuana, Colorado GOP lawmakers are trying to make it a little tougher for people receiving welfare or other federal government benefits to spend that money on marijuana.Shocking: Fox News Reporting Interview With Unabashed Surfer Receiving Food StampsColorado pot shops currently have ATMs where welfare recipients can withdraw cash using their EBT cards. A State Senate committee rejected Republicans' proposal to close this loophole.Here's more on last week's vote from AP:Sen. Vicki Marble, R-Fort Collins, said Colorado’s new legal pot industry needs to make sure not to invite federal scrutiny through improper cash withdrawals at recreational or medical marijuana stores.“Already we are operating an industry which is not allowed under federal law,” said Marble, one of the chief lawmakers involved with Colorado’s marijuana regulation bills.If federal authorities notice public benefit card use at marijuana shops, “I have a feeling we’re going to see trouble we’re not ready to deal with,” she said.Democrats on the committee said some neighborhoods have few ATMs, and the Legislature should address those banking deserts before piling on places where public assistance cards can’t be used.“I’m not comfortable limiting that access until I’m certain we’ve done that due diligence to make sure people can access their benefits when they need to,” Sen. Irene Aguilar, D-Denver, said.Why Does Hemp Have a Bad Rap?Lawmakers wanted to add legal pot shops and strip clubs to the list of places where EBT cards cannot be used to withdraw cash. The list currently includes casinos, gun stores and liquor stores.Colorado State Rep. Jared Wright (R) called the vote a "political move" by Democrats and warned that it will backfire.He believes it's "unfair" to be encouraging people who may have past or current struggles with addiction to spend their money on marijuana.Watch Wright's interview from Fox and Friends in the video above.'You're Part of the Problem!' Watch Heated Debate on Legalized Pot POSTED IN: // Colorado // Colorado Marijuana Laws // Marijuana laws // Marijuana // Welfare
EBT now accepted at Jack In The Box By Stephanie Montano, firstname.lastname@example.orgPOSTED: 6:22 PM May 13 2014 UPDATED: 6:32 PM May 13 2014Text Size:PrintREDDING, Calif. -There have been some changes for CalWorks EBT users. Jack In The Box restaurants in the Northstate are now accepting payment from the state government program.Those who are a part of the CalWorks program will now be able to swipe their card to get those burgers and fries.CalWorks helps low income families by giving them a card with a fixed amount of money that can be used for daily necessities like food."People that are receiving these benefits through CalWorks have always been able to make choices about how they spend their money,” said Anna Champe, Shasta County Health and Human Services community education specialist. “We know they spend their money for the things that all of us spend our money on, to pay the rent, to run their car, to get to their jobs, to put food on the table.”CalWorks also provides cash aid, medical coverage, employment services and other benefits to needy families.Copyright 2014 by KRCRTV.com All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.