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A city human resources employee was arrested Wednesday for allegedly stealing money meant for homeless and low income New Yorkers.
Federal law mandates that all states create meaningful welfare reforms before February 2014, or face a 5% cut in funding.
Agents from the Department of Homeland Security Investigations and local police say they raided over 20 bodegas in Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan.
A critic says it's Albany's fault, not welfare recipients' fault, "If you are poor, it's a crummy life and you want to have a drink or see a naked woman."
A 65-year-old convenience store worker in New Hampshire is in the national spotlight after she was fired for refusing to let a welfare recipient use his government-issued EBT debit card to buy cigarettes.
Being poor sucks, which is why it's nice to escape it sometimes by losing yourself in booze, cigarettes, strippers and instant scratch-off tickets.
With more people than ever on food stamps, job centers are turning into major fire hazards.
Conservatives have been up in arms all week over a rapper who glorifies the decadent lifestyle of food stamps and welfare, but Mr EBT says, "They don't get it. My video is a parody."
Back in September, the Bloomberg administration quietly released the Mayor's Management
Apparently the liberals in this state aren't too appreciative of Carl Paladino's
Carl Paladino, provider of wonderful headlines, has done it again. This
DA Charles J. Hynes announces "Faces of Fraud." (BrooklynDA.org) Brooklyn residents
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