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Working Group on Welfare Reform, Family Support and Independence, 1994 - Political Science - 62 pages
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PROMOTE PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY
MAKE WORK PAY
PROVIDE ACCESS TO EDUCATION AND TRAINING IMPOSE TIME LIMITS
access to education additional administrative Advance payment AFDC ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS Assistant Secretary at-risk awards better than welfare caseload cash assistance CHANGING THE WELFARE Child Support Assurance child support enforcement Community Development Bank coordination demonstrations Department of Health economic education and training eligibility employability plan end welfare enhanced ETTC expand expected Family Support Act Federal match flexibility focus Food Stamp program food stamps FRAUD AND ABUSE goals Group Health and Human health reform Human Services improved child support incentives increased job search JOBS graduates JOBS participants JOBS program leave welfare Level of Child low-income match rate noncustodial parents OPPORTUNITY FOR NONCUSTODIAL option parental responsibility percent PERFORMANCE STANDARDS Policy poor poverty President propose Providing Some Minimum RESPONSIBILITY AND OPPORTUNITY rules single parents social contract STRATEGY support enforcement system support their children support their families Tax Credit teen pregnancy transitional assistance wage welfare dependency welfare recipients welfare reform welfare system