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Families receiving food stamps would have to present photo identification when using electronic benefit cards to buy food under legislation being considered in Rhode Island.
Rhode Islanders trying to buy products using a food stamps card would have to present photo ID under legislation filed in the state's General Assembly.
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Republican Rep. Patricia Morgan says it would crack down on fraud, but critics argue requiring photo IDs could create headaches while stigmatizing the state's poorest residents.
The bill's sponsor, Republican state Rep. Patricia Morgan, says the state can't afford the cost of operating its own exchange.