FMI Urges Swifter Food Stamp Process titute here said it met last week with a House Agriculture subcommittee to discuss ways in which the government can improve the food stamp and the Women, Infants and Children programs. Rich Savner, director of public affairs and government relations at Pathmark Stores, Carteret, N.J., urged the committee to consider changing policy to include the following: offering test cards for retailers to use to ensure their electronic-benefits transfer systems ...

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