It’s STARTING: A Grocery Store in Indiana Says They Can’t Process Food Stamp Payments Due to Govt. Shutdown

Monday, January 7, 2019
By Paul Martin

by Daisy Luther
January 7, 2019

We weren’t expecting to see a loss of food stamp benefits until the end of January, but a grocery store in Indiana reported they are unable to process EBT payments.

In Clay City, Indiana, the local IGA discovered the problem last week. Initially, they thought it was a technical glitch.

“Our machines weren’t taking any EBT cards and we didn’t really know what was going on. We didn’t know if it was a technical issue. And then we found out it was due to the government shutting down,” Tristen Malone said. (source)


Officials at the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration have confirmed that issues with EBT payments at one Clay City grocery store are due to a technical error, and aren’t related to the government shutdown, as the store’s management previously claimed. (source)

However, no explanation has been forthcoming, nor has an estimated time the service will resume been provided​

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