Mass. Lawmakers Increasing Calls For Welfare Reform

June 1, 2013 5:55 PM
Mass. Lawmakers Increasing Calls For Welfare Reform
" BOSTON (AP) รข?? activities to do away with law-breaking from Massachusetts’ social welfare group are anticipated to acquire abundance of attending on Beacon Hill in the coming up weeks.

group A new written document from authorities group Auditor Suzanne Bump accused the Department of Transitional group Assistance for losing possibilities to examine and possibly stop payments of up to $15 million to groups who should not have been acquiring benefits.

The audited account besecondsideseconds happened that paymentseconds had been paid off to more 1,000 groupseconds after they died, though Gov. Deval Patrick’seconds adminisecondstration subsequently disecondsputed thosecondse figureseconds "

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