Below you will find links to articles where CCJ has been in the news.
Mlive Op-Ed: There's little reason to fear that food stamp program is rife with fraud (posted 1-10-14)
Food Assistance Dollars Spent at Supermarkets on Nutritious Foods
Expand Medicaid in Michigan - Op-ed in Detroit News
Medicaid advocates press State panel to back Governor's plan
Michigan Panel hears positive testimony on Medicaid expansion
Legislature to Lock In Strict Time Limits on Cash Aid to Needy Families
Congress Poised to Play Scrooge on Food Aid to Needy Michigan Families
Michiganders May be Forced to Choose Food or Heat This Winter
Michigan Supreme Court to Hear Arguments in Genesee County Case on DHS Time Limit Policy
Genesee County judge declines to hold state in contempt in cash assistance lawsuit; case headed to High Court.
Gongwer, August 23, 2012 - DHS, advocacy group continue to fight over families removed from rolls.
Michigan Department working to reinstate welfare for families.
Michigan Appeals Court says welfare time limits allowed, but some issues remain unsolved.
DHS, CCJ differ on how fast welfare reinstated.
Judge to decide whether to hold state DHS in contempt over cash assistance
Tracking the consequences of Michigan's welfare experiment.
Kicked off Cash Assistance by bureaucrats.
Senior attorney at Saginaw's Center for Civil Justice wins State Bar of Michigan Award.