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Michigan lawmakers target food assistance fraud

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LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan lawmakers are moving to crack down on store owners who sell lottery tickets and alcohol in exchange for food assistance program benefits. Under legislation passed 107 to 1 in the Republican-led state House on Thursday, Michigan could suspend or revoke the liquor or lottery ticket sales licenses of stores that let people pay for them using Bridge Cards. The...

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