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Due Process & Public-Benefits Notices from State Agencies: What's Required?

with Ty Jones and Sovereign Hager

State agencies must notify recipients of public benefits when those benefits are denied, terminated, or reduced. What's required for those notices to satisfy the due process protections of the Fourteenth Amendment?

We talked with Ty Jones of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and Sovereign Hager of the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty about due process and notice and what advocates in New Mexico did to improve their state's notices.

Be sure to read Jones & Hager's Clearinghouse article, "What Does Due Process Mean for State Notices on Receiving Public Benefits?"

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