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It was a dream come true for unemployed Detroit resident Amanda Clayton. She was the lucky winner of $1 million in the Michigan State Lottery. But that doesn't mean she is giving up her government assistance.
"I thought they would cut me off, but I thought that since they didn't it was OK since I didn't have a job," Clayton told Local 4 News in Detroit.
Clayton receives $200 a month in food assistance from the state-issued Michigan Bridge Card, which is meant to benefit lower-income residents.
"I feel that it's OK because I have no income and I have bills to pay," she says.
Well...most people on government assistance have not come into a windfall of over $500,000, own two houses and can afford a new car.. No wonder she is the main target of legislation moving through both houses of Michigan that would crack down on this type of abuse.