Doyle Agrees With Food Stamp Crackdown Bill

Governor Scott Walker has signed a bill to prevent food stamp trafficking. State Representative Steve Doyle of La Crosse says this activity has it's hot spots in the state.

(Click for Audio)

Penalties range from fines and administrative sanctions up to a Class G felony. The penalty is determined by the cash value of the benefits trafficked and whether the violation was a first or a repeat offense.

In order to post comments, you must be a registered user.


Should Lost Or Stolen Garbage Bins Be Replaced At City Expense?