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Michigan Changing Food Stamp Eligibility Rules

An undetermined number of Michigan’s nearly 2 million food assistance recipients will lose the help under new eligibility requirements the state will begin using in October.

WWJ Newsradio 950–09/20/2011

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State Defends Removing College Students From Food Stamp Aid

The state continues to defend its action to remove 30,000 Michigan college students from food stamp rolls.

WWJ Newsradio 950–08/20/2011

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Mich. Cuts Food Stamps For 30,000 College Students

Michigan has removed about 30,000 college students from its food assistance program since it began enforcing federal guidelines this spring.

WWJ Newsradio 950–08/08/2011

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Michigan Gets $3M For Fighting Food Stamp Fraud

Michigan will get $3.3 million from the federal government for its past work toward stopping errors in state-administered portions of the food assistance program.

WWJ Newsradio 950–06/16/2011

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Lottery Winner On Food Stamps?

Despite winning the $2 million jackpot on Michigan Lottery’s “Make Me Rich” TV show, an Auburn man continues to collect state aid.

WWJ Newsradio 950–05/18/2011

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Officials: Bridge Card Users Spent Taxpayer Money On Vacation

These welfare funds are meant to feed needy families, but officials say some Bridge Card users have been caught spending taxpayer money on vacation.

WWJ Newsradio 950–05/03/2011

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Detroit Market, Three People Charged In Food Stamp Fraud

A Detroit market and three people have been charged in a scheme to milk the food stamp program.

WWJ Newsradio 950–04/06/2011

Mich. Changes When Bridge Card Users Get Benefits

Michigan plans to change when many Bridge Card users get their benefits as part of a way to help improve the availability of fresh food and keep grocers better stocked.

11/04/2010

Men Plead Guilty To Fraud, Wire Transfer Charges

Federal prosecutors in Michigan say two brothers from Somalia accused of $400,000 in food stamp fraud and of illegally transferring money overseas have pleaded guilty.

10/18/2010

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