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Woman pleads guilty to scamming federal programs out of $250,000

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How many federal programs can one person scam? A New Hampshire woman pleaded guilty Thursday to lying on application forms for five different government programs intended for the poor and disabled, cheating taxpayers out of more than $250,000, according to the Department of Justice. Betty Dugan, a 54-year-old woman from Concord, N.H., admitted she gave false information about her income to get...

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