$11M Stimulus Tax dollars at work provides FREE business suits for two unemployed!

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    Part of an $11 million grant intended to provide business attire to 400 low-income job-seekers instead helped only two people, an audit of the city's Department of Human Services has found.
    The audit is the latest finding against the city's Department of Human Services, which has been under scrutiny for chronic mismanagement of federal funds. Many of the department's leaders have departed since an internal investigation was launched last year, including an inquiry into the purchase of $182,000 worth of high-end furniture for a department office. In 2009, the department received more than $11 million in stimulus funding and created a service center.
    The DHS was only able to provide the auditors with two referral forms signed by two clients documenting that they received clothing from the boutique," the audit said. "Eligible Detroiters are not being served with available clothing being stocked in the boutique."
    Audit: Part of $11M grant for Detroit job seekers only aided 2 | The Detroit News | detroitnews.com
     
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    Once again.. that bastion of Democrat leadership for over 50 years shows the effective use of tax dollars .
     

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