Four sisters rake in more than $500,000 through loophole in welfare law
In Racine, four sisters take care of each other's 17 children, and you're paying for it.
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel says the four are in-home child care providers under the Wisconsin Shares program.
And mainly by swapping kids, they took advantage of a loophole which paid them more than a $0.5 million in state child care funds in three years.
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