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Michigan lottery winner loses government food aid - chicagotribune.com

Beware of too much good luck, warns a classic Greek myth – a lesson that a Michigan woman who won a $1-million state lottery jackpot has learned the hard way.

Michigan’s Department of Human Services has cut off $200 a month in food aid to Amanda Clayton in the wake of media reports that she had won $1 million in the state lottery in September. To make matters worse for Clayton, who lives in Lincoln Park near Detroit, her case has been turned over to state anti-fraud officials.

via Michigan lottery winner loses government food aid – chicagotribune.com.

How long will it take her to burn through that cool million?  Guess who she’ll be voting for come November in spite of this!

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