CNN.com: Lawmaker wants to end public assistance to lottery winners
After taking a lump sum and paying taxes, the unemployed woman said she ended up with just more than $500,000.
Asked if she had the right to the public assistance money, Clayton answered, “I kind of do. I have no income, and I have bills to pay. I have two houses.”
Clayton told WDIV she would continue using the food-assistance card until it is cut off. “It’s hard. I am struggling.”
This story leaves me speechless.