NEW ORLEANS -- As the majority of individual states move toward establishing electronic benefits transfer programs, retailers are awaiting the launch of a pilot this summer that would make the process interoperable for customers using their benefits between states offering EBT. This summer, a test will be conducted in Humble, Texas, near the New Mexico border, which will explore the functionality of a state-interoperable EBT program, according to Elizabeth Tansing, manager of state ...

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