WASHINGTON — Problems with the nation’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program this month appeared to be a series of coincidences with unfortunate timing, as the temporary partial government shutdown, the closure of military commissaries and a technical glitch all converged to cause challenges for retailers and consumers alike. In addition, the problems arose just as a temporary increase in SNAP benefits is about to expire at the end of October, and beneficiaries will see ...
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