CHICAGO -- Integration of systems for electronic distribution of government benefits across state lines is key to unlocking the potential of a paperless system. Advocates of a national system for electronic benefits transfer say the $25 billion in food stamps distributed nationally each year can represent a new revenue stream for retailers if those benefits are accessed through stores' front ends. Should the EBT program expand to include all state and federal government programs, the ...

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