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Wabash Valley Mobile Market Not Accepting Food Stamps

The market was just days away from being a food stamp-elgible business, but then the government shutdown happened.
The Wabash Valley Mobile Market planned to accept food stamps.
   
But the current government shutdown put a wrench in that plan. 

The market was just days away from being a food stamp-elgible business, but then the government shutdown happened.
   
Now they must wait for the government to re-open to complete the application process.
   
The manager of the market says he's been forced to turn people away because of this issue.

"Now we're stuck going out to our various locations and having to disappoint people we can't accept food stamps and we honestly do know when the government will re-open and when we might get that approval," Norbert Gottschling said.

Gottschling expects there will be an even-further delay processing their application once the government opens back up, caused by the backlog that will have built up during the shutdown.
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