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EBT is no longer accepted at Florida Casinos

May 31, 2013

Welfare money debit cards can no longer be used in Florida casinos.

On Thursday, Governor Rick Scott signed a total of 36 bills. Among these new laws was the use of electronic benefit transfer cards, or EBT, in certain places. These includes casinos.

The EBT cards are used similar to a debt card. Funds are deposited into the individual's welfare account. The individual can then use their card anywhere that accepts EBT as payment.

The controversial bill HB 701, eliminates the use of EBT transactions at places considered for adult entertainment. This includes casinos.

The bill was signed into law on Thursday.

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