Monday, February 6, 2012

Food stamp fraud

  • LOS ANGELES, Feb 6 (Reuters) - Stung by election-year criticism of a program used by one in seven Americans, administrators of U.S. food stamp benefits are intensifying efforts to combat fraud and protect the $75.3 billion plan from the budget axe.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • ST.
  • (Jupiter Courier)
  • McALESTER — A McAlester woman who pleaded guilty Jan. 23 in Pittsburg County District Court to charges related to food stamp fraud came to the McAlester News-Capital to speak out regarding her case.
  • (McAlester News-Capital & Democrat)
  • BIRMINGHAM—Federal prosecutors today charged a Bessemer man and former Jefferson County school teacher with food stamp fraud and falsely claiming a woman as his wife on immigration forms, announced U.S.
  • (FBI Press Room (press release))
  • Wisconsin officials say theyve increased their efforts to look for fraud in the states food stamp program.
  • (Pierce County Herald)
  • A part owner of an Omaha food store was convicted Friday of one count of Food Stamp Fraud. Abdirahman Farah Mohammed was found not guilty on a second count of the same crime. U.S. Attorney Deborah R.
  • (WOWT)
  • She is charged with misdemeanor welfare fraud.
  • (Press & Sun-Bulletin)
  • A former Alabama football player has been charged with food stamp fraud and falsely claiming a woman he wasnt married to as his wife on an immigration form.
  • (WSFA)
  • This is unbelievable. At one-tenth of 1 percent, Pennsylvania has one of the lowest food-stamp fraud rates in America. The need to target this program for fraud, waste or abuse is ludicrous and counterproductive.
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