The legislation up for consideration Wednesday seeks to curb fraud while improving access to job training programs.
The largest amount of the proposed new spending — $11 million — is designed to help the state Department of Career Services strengthen participation in work programs for those on welfare referred by the Department of Transitional Assistance.
The bill comes in the wake of increased scrutiny of the use of electronic benefits cards, which work much like bank-issued debit cards "
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