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Feds award states for making fewest food stamp mistakes

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An $80 billion price tag gives federal officials an expensive incentive to make sure the food stamp program isn't overpaying — or underpaying — its beneficiaries. That's why 10 states received a total of $24 million in bonuses last year for wasting the least taxpayer money. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, more popularly known as food stamps, is administered by state...

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