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benefits fraud

Bar part-time officials from full-time perks, incoming N.J. lawmaker says

“That doesn’t excuse individuals who have consciously abused the system,” said Pfeiffer, now a professor at Rutgers University. “But there are probably any number of cases where elected officials can spend 30, 35 hours a week in their job as an unpaid or low-paid elected official.

NJ alleges familiar benefits fraud in Wildwood

When we saw the words "health benefits fraud" in a headline recently, our first thought was finally, a step toward justice in the massive kickbacks to public employees in South Jersey for submitting bogus prescriptions to their lavishly funded state health...

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