The state attorney general’s office has charged a former Welfare Department employee in a scheme intended to steal almost $340,000 dollars in public assistance benefits.
Auditor General Jack Wagner says as recently as April of this year, his auditors were rebuffed in the effort to get information about electronic benefit transfer cards from the Department of Welfare.
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