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Mo. department backing down on welfare contract

There are 1 comment on the KFVS12 story from Apr 24, 2013, titled Mo. department backing down on welfare contract. In it, KFVS12 reports that:

The Missouri Department of Social Services is backing down on a contract aimed at moving people from welfare programs onto federal disability payments.

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jnixonthecrook

Saint Peters, MO

#1 Apr 25, 2013
Now, we need to clean up the corruption within the MO Dept. of Social Services.
Think of this Obama is pushing for Democrat MO Gov. Jay Nixon in 2016 for President, let's look at who he's pulling for a person with no accountability in the state agency the governor oversees It seems that law and order in the state of Missouri, is non-existent, case in point. How can a state (MO) employee(s), who gets a paycheck, be on welfare, also gets medicaid and receives food stamps. Here Valerie Taylor, works for state of Missouri, Child Support Enforcement as an Office Manager at the downtown Wainwright building, as a state employee making over $35K a year, and getting all federal and state entitlement programs. Why would she be evicted from her home, if she making a good salary and getting benefits. Maybe because, the agency that employed her, only employ people who receive welfare benefits, non college educated individuals. Her office is to enforce garnishments for child support that a judgement has been made by a court, then why is it that her staff of CSE caseworkers, have judgements against them and no one is enforcing them. Here are the employees, Edith Davis, Cassaundra Young, and Genine Byrd all have cases on casenet.mo regarding garnishments for evictions, payday loans, car loans and medical bills. How can you receive a salary, get food stamps, get medicaid and get away with not paying any of your bills, and still have the authority to enforce a company to garnish someone's wages for a court ordered judgement. Governor Jay Nixon, D-Missouri, that lying sack of sh%t, saying that the state's dept. of Revenue, never sent records to a federal agency and then MO state highway patrol head confirmed that they did, how much corruption do we have to put up with. We have had going on 5 years of corruption enough is enough. Then the Director of Revenue, Brian Long resigns, for no reason, just because he likes to be unemployed, to collect those federal unemployment benefits. I say Missourians, we need to stop the corruption, 5 state agencies, are being directed by people that jay nixon have insisted they look away when corruption is being done, they are dept. of revenue, dept. of social services, family support division, child support enforcement & dept. of corrections. They stated when former republican president George Bush, son was in office, Democrats said, he was never accountable for his actions/role in the Iraq war, but it seems to me republicans want corruption out of politics, while the democrats embrace it as the norms, Nixon's administration sees it as the process of doing the state's business. Let's stop this. If they stop the corruption at the government level, be honest and open, then you will see situations like this will decrease and you will see the culture change.

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