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Food stamps will be funded through February, but their early arrival has retailers bracing for mass confusion

Those who receive federal food assistance will get their February benefits early as part of a temporary fix that funds the critical program for another month despite the government shutdown, prompting concerns that people might not budget properly if they don't know what's going on.

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