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As far as perjury goes, that would be up to the State to try and pursue. To file a complaint, you would need to contact the DSS commissioner as you said you already did. The problem is that they probably hear these types of complaints multiple times a day and may not take it as seriously as it is.
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I'm going to switch this to Q&A because I believe you are having a problem posting. Hold tight.
Sorry I was on the phone!
Right, I have not heard back from the commissioner yet!
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I want to take legal action now. How do I do that?
What do I have to do if to see if the state will take action/
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