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As NYC Class Action Questions SNAP Benefit Fall Off Rate Judge Mulls Brick & Mortar Days

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book Substack

SDNY COURTHOUSE, March 21 – In a long-standing Federal class action against NYC Human Resources Administration, on March 21 plaintiffs argued to get better data of people eligible for emergency SNAP aid who do not in fact receive it, sometimes for failing or being unable to follow though on the application process.

  U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Lewis J. Liman held a hearing. Inner City Press was there.  

  Judge Liman asked if in the old days of brick and mortar HRA offices taking the application, if a person left before the interview would they have been considered to have applied?  

Yes, the plaintiffs' lawyer said. 

 At defense table, HRA's General Counsel shook her head.  

 In the docket is the City's proposed Corrective Action Plan. Inner City Press will continue to follow the case.

 It is Reynolds, et al., v. Giuliani, et al., 98-cv-8877 (Liman)


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