EBT Cards

In the United States, Electronic Benefit Transfer ("EBT") cards are a form of ID issued by state governments to facilitate the payment of benefits from federal and state-run needs-based public assistance programs. They are currently used for distributing benefits under programs such as TANF (commonly called "Welfare") and SNAP (commonly called "food stamps"), although their use could be expanded to other programs in the future as paper vouchers and checks become obsolete.

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