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Twenty-four cents was enough to almost break Lola Perry.
She’d just gone to a Bedford grocery to replenish her food supplies after January’s ice storm, and after spending about $35 in food stamps there, she realized she’d forgotten tomatoes.
When she returned to the checkout, the clerk initially rejected Perry’s card and asked her to spend at least $5 for her electronic transaction. Perry was less than a quarter shy of that limit.
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