Commentary: Why Privatizing Welfare Could Actually WorkPaul Magnusson
The clock is ticking. On Oct. 1, the federal government began its retreat from 60 years of guaranteeing a minimum standard of living for poor children. By July, states must enforce strict federal guidelines that tell parents to seek work or face benefit cutoffs--and they must find jobs for millions of recipients.
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