FIRU Continues to Uncover Cases of Welfare Fraud and Abuse
AUGUSTA After surpassing $1 million in fraud allegations in the summer of 2017, the Maine Department of Health and Human Services' Fraud Investigation and Recovery Unit will end the year having identified additional cases of fraud and abuse within the state's welfare system. Almost a year after a Guildford woman was found guilty of stealing welfare benefits to which she was not entitled, her husband plead guilty to the same crime.
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