Kasich mulls forgiving state welfare mistakes

Ohio, which recently stopped going after welfare money paid out in error more than a decade ago, also may end collections of more recent overpayments because beneficiaries should not be punished for the state's mistakes, Gov. Full Story
ohio wrangler

Kent, OH

#1 Nov 30, 2011
It should be paid back if common sense says the overpayment was an obvious overpayment.
Small amount would be deducted from future payments until it is paid back.
Is Kasich thinking that if the state added a 0 in error the welfare client wouldn't have to pay back 900. if they should get 100. and got 1000. Come on, think this thing out Kasich.

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