Are they prosecuting welfare fraud in city?

Welfare fraud is all over
Re June 20 article, “5 charged in Albany County benefits fraud sweep”: Very often, including today, I read about local counties arresting people for welfare fraud. I never have read of any welfare fraud being found in Schenectady, the welfare capital of New York. How come?
With all of the corner stores that buy food stamps at 50 percent of what they are worth and New York City people living here, I know there is fraud everywhere. How come it is never investigated?
I would love to hear a reason.
Ralph Giello

Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion

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