In November 2010, low-income Pennsylvanians who were disabled, blind, or elderly filed a class action law suit against the Department of Public Welfare when their SSI payments were reduced unlawfully. The case is called Naylor v. Department of Public Welfare.
Earlier this week, lawyers for the class members filed a motion for summary relief. In the motion, the class members laid out their full argument in detail. To read the motion for summary relief, click here.
It will still be several months (at a minimum) before a judge rules in this case. But stay tuned for the latest development.