Judge Coughlin Acts to Protect Public Aid Recipients
He gave the state a Feb. 28 deadline to reduce by 40 percent those backlogged cases out of compliance with federal and state requirements, with a further reduction of 40 percent every 60 days after that until "substantial compliance" is reached.The Judge promised further court action if the reductions don't materialize. This is reminiscent of United's baggage system woes when DIA first opened. But food and medical services are far more critical than getting your luggage on time. Shouldn't someone be held accountable for spending $200 million on a computer system that doesn't work?
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