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Debbie Moss, a former Wake County teacher, has been on disability since 1991. This summer she was told that because of a computer error she received an overpayment of benefits over a 10-year period, from 2006 to 2016. With one month's notice, her checks were reduced and she found herself in a financial crisis. Julia Wall jwall@newsobserver.com

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