Supreme Court Allows Warrantless Searches of Welfare Applicants' HomesQuicklink submitted by Sheila Samples Permalink
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|The justices refused, without comment, to intervene in the case from San Diego County, where investigators from the local District Attorney's office show up unannounced at applicants' homes and conduct searches that include peeking into closets and cabinets. The visits do not require any suspicion of fraud and are intended to confirm that people are eligible for government aid...|
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