Feds Give Massachusetts Power to Police Retailer Food Stamp Fraud
Massachusetts becomes the 15th state to have an active agreement of this type with the Department of Agriculture.
State and federal officials today signed an agreement empowering Massachusetts authorities to investigate retailers who may be engaging in food stamp-related fraud.
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