There’s an old saying that there’s no such thing as a free lunch. Well, there is and more kids in Mississippi are going to be receiving a benefit from the federal government’s National School Lunch Program.Read More →
Instead of the welfare office and City Hall, Philadelphia residents may soon be lining up at schools to apply for government benefits.Read More →
New statistics released by the state Department of Human Services show about a quarter of Hawaii’s population relies on Medicaid.Read More →
Kansas flubbed more than $18.9 million in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Payments during FY2013.
But hey, look on the bright side, the state has finally managed to snap its streak of rising payment errors stretching back to 2010.Read More →
There was a nice bonus included in Ohio’s Mid-Biennium Budget Review bill – literally. A section in House Bill 483 established a new bonus program for county Job & Family Service caseworkers who do their job.Read More →