Able-bodied adults between ages 18 and 49 with no dependents must work at least 20 hours a week or participate in an approved job-training program.
A change in the work and job training requirements for Indiana's food stamp program has cost 18,300 people some of their benefits.
The electronic benefits transfer, or EBT system, will be offline beginning Saturday night at 11 p.m.
About 813,000 Hoosiers use SNAP benefits, commonly known as food stamps, the funding for which comes from the federal government.
The Associated Press reports a northern Indiana refinery that partially shut down earlier this month is up and running again.
Starting in March, able-bodied Hoosiers without dependents will need to be employed or attend a job training program to continue receiving SNAP benefits.
Indiana will begin limiting the amount of benefits individuals can collect.
An amended version of the drug testing bill for welfare recipients is available for amendments today.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a new Farm Bill , which cuts SNAP benefits and farm subsidies. But these reductions aren't bad things for Hoosiers.
The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration has informed food stamp recipients of schedule changes starting in January.