MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - The State Supreme Court said the owner of a Milwaukee day care center should get a hearing on whether her state child care license should be re-instated.
Angelia Jamerson lost her license in 2010. That was after state lawmakers cracked down on child care fraud by operators who collected false payments under the Wisconsin Shares program.
The state Department of Children and Families revoked Jamerson’s license for a different reason. She was convicted 20 years earlier for not reporting income that would have made her ineligible for state assistance.
An administrative law judge said the hearing would have been moot – but Thursday, the Supreme Court said it was not clear whether Jamerson had committed intentional fraud.