The Food Bank of Louisiana says it’s the biggest food stamp fraud in history.
The food stamp program is the largest and most complex in the country.
The Foodbank of Louisiana estimates the fraud has cost the state nearly $1 billion.
“I think it’s really unfortunate,” said Mary-Lynn Gillett, executive director of the Food Bank.
The Louisiana Department of Public Safety is also investigating the fraud. “
But they also don’t want to do it to their families and they don to get arrested.”
The Louisiana Department of Public Safety is also investigating the fraud.
The state’s Food Bank says it has seen an uptick in the number of people requesting assistance, which it says is consistent with the rise in the numbers of people receiving food stamps.
The department says they have identified more than 4,000 fraudsters, who have not been identified and are being identified by the public.
The Louisiana Foodbank has a long history of supporting the families of people in need.
It’s been called “the largest food bank in the nation.”
The organization has a partnership with the Salvation Army and provides free meals to those in need for up to 30 days.
The first Food Bank in Louisiana was established in 1864.
The last Food Bank was established by the Louisiana State Board of Education in 1949.
Louisiana State University estimates that more than 1 million people received food stamps in 2017.
In January 2018, the state cut its SNAP benefits for the first time since 1994, which resulted in more than 300,000 families losing benefits.
The cuts included: The elimination of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), a federal program for low-income households, and its replacement with Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF).