The Online Resource for Massachusetts Poverty Law Advocates

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Recent Library Content

06/15/2020 - DTA
DTA now accepts telephonic signature for applications for the SNAP, TAFDC and EAEDC programs. The Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) has... Read more
06/17/2020 - MLRI
The following are materials are for the June 17, 2020 Immigrants and Public Benefits training. These are the core materials presented as... Read more
04/20/2016 - BOR (Board of Review)
When a temporary employer informs a claimant that his assignment has ended, but offers no new work, the claimant is deemed to have... Read more
01/07/2015 - BOR (Board of Review)
The claimant, who was diagnosed with multiple mental health disorders including borderline schizophrenia and borderline personality... Read more
09/30/2015 - BOR (Board of Review)
A claimant whose schooling only takes up 10.5 hours per week and who is otherwise available for work, capable of working and actively... Read more

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