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MI: State may not be checking out disability claims

By   /   August 30, 2012  /   Comments Off

By Jarrett Skorup | Michigan Capitol Confidential

LANSING — The state of Michigan spent $42.8 million in 2011 on disability payments without knowing whether the state employees were disabled, according to the departments that should be overseeing the program.

If true, the state may be breaking the law.

Read the complete story at Michigan Capitol Confidential.

 

 

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