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Malloy Calls Boehner’s Remarks ‘Reprehensible’ »
Clients Call For Better Service, DSS Says It’s Listening »
Panelists Say Hunger is Spreading in Connecticut; Solution Requires Wider Perspective »
Commissioner Says Residents Who Didn’t Qualify Got Benefits In September »
Legal Aid Attorneys Say DSS Is Discontinuing Benefits When Their Clients Are Eligible »
DeLauro Questions Billionaire Farm Subsidies »
Lawmakers Get Schooled On ‘Modern’ Social Services »
OP-ED | Oh, ‘SNAP!’ There Goes The Farm Bill »
Judge Orders State To Do Better On Food Stamp Applications »
Social Services Department Moves Slowly Into Digital Age »
Investigation Into 125 Boxes of Social Service Applications Continues »
Judge To State: Stop Delaying »
Attorneys Say Box of Unprocessed Applications Just One Example of Dysfunction »
Advocates Rally To Diss DSS »
40 of 103 Employees Get Their Jobs Back After D-SNAP Investigation »
OP-ED | Private Sector Goes to Space, Public Sector Wishes It Had Some »
DSS Computer System Is Back Up »
State Employee Food Stamp Fraud Investigation Continues »
90 Employees Under Investigation, 4 Fired, & 4 Retired »
Conflicting Laws Stifle Release of Names In D-SNAP Case »
Lawyer Sues State For ‘Scare Tactics’ »
Attorney Says State Violated Privacy Laws »
Worker Accused of Fraud Waits For Decision »
10 More State Employees Under Investigation For Food Stamp Fraud »
OP-ED | Why Would Malloy Administration Give Lawyer Center Stage? »
Attorney For State Employees Continues To Advocate; 10 More Employees Face Disciplinary Action »
Malloy Defends Pace Of Food Stamp Investigation, Lawyer Declines Counsel’s Offer »
Lawyer Calls On Gov. To Slow Down Food Stamp Investigation »
Malloy Says He Wants To Change Culture; Blames Past ‘Regime’ »
Feds Say Food Stamp Program Worked, GOP Has Its Doubts »