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Food Assistance Fraud

An effort is underway in the Michigan Legislature to crack down on food assistance fraud in Michigan. The legislation targets retailers who allow people to buy and sell their Bridge cards in exchange for money. Many complain that food assistance Bridge cards have been sold for cash which then is used to buy alcohol, drugs or weapons. Among other things, the bills increase penalties. The legislation has been approved in a Senate committee, and is now before the full senate.

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