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Friday, Aug 26, 2016

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3 suspects in food stamp fraud case arrested again in Utah

Prosecutors say three suspects in a food stamp fraud case against a polygamous sect were re-arrested on suspicion of violating the terms of their supervised release by being in the same location on multiple days
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EXCHANGE: Immune boosters give Mendota woman her life back

EXCHANGE: Immune boosters give Mendota woman her life back

ILLINOIS EXCHANGE: Immune boosters give Mendota woman her life back after arthritis
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2 men accused in polygamous food stamp fraud arrested again

Two alleged ringleaders of a food stamp fraud scheme in a polygamous sect on the Utah-Arizona border have been arrested for violating terms of their supervised release
Updated one month ago

University of Minnesota research examines butterfly traits

Starting in 2011, University of Minnesota professor Emilie Snell-Rood and her team traveled across the country to collect butterflies, examining traits from eye size to egg size in order to understand how nutrition affected the insect
Updated one month ago

Mobile food pantries help feed southern New Jersey's hungry

Advocates have turned to mobile food pantries to get food closer to southern New Jersey communities and the children that need them
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New Mexico studies inefficiencies in aid dispersal to poor

Advocates for recipients of food aid and Medicaid health care are urging the New Mexico Legislature to keep tabs on wasteful bureaucratic problems that can cause aid beneficiaries to submit applications repeatedly and unnecessarily
Updated one month ago