As an increasing number of states begin rolling out electronic benefits transfer programs, there is growing concern among supermarket retailers about how the system will work and who's going to pay for it. Some retailers also see stumbling blocks to a national EBT system arising, including conflicting regulations from state to state, incompatible technologies and systems, new transaction fees and equipment upgrades stores may have to make and pay for themselves. Despite the unresolved ...

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