Rental Assistance Terminated After Sex Offender Fails to Register

February 1, 2009
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Facts: The Maine State Housing Authority (MSHA) discovered that one of its residents had been convicted of child molestation in Washington State in 1996, but was not registered as a sex offender, as the law requires. The resident had been receiving rental assistance through a voucher he obtained initially in Massachusetts. MSHA notified the resident that it was ending his voucher benefits on the ground of program fraud and for other reasons.

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