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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Kayla Whaling
Speedy checkouts at a D.C. Wal-Mart allowed English-speakers to carry more items through the express lanes than those who speak Spanish. At least that's the way it appeared for a little while Monday.
Word quickly spread in the Louisiana towns of Springhill and Mansfield that a food stamp glitch was giving recipients an unlimited balance on their EBT cards, causing two local Wal-Marts to be completely ransacked on Saturday night.
"It was an honest mistake that was made there locally," she said. "Those signs are with decals so we were able to switch out the decal."
"We haven't received any other complaints from customers," Ms. Whaling said.