Work, Education, and Training Opportunities for Welfare Recipients: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Public Assistance and Unemployment Compensation of the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, Second Session, March 13, 20; April 22; May 22; and June 17, 1986, Volume 4

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Page 125 - The committee will stand in recess, subject to the call of the Chair. Thank you very much. [Whereupon, at 12:11 pm, Thursday, May 25, the subcommittee was recessed, to reconvene at the call of the Chair...
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Page 127 - The Subcommittee on Public Assistance and Unemployment Compensation of the Ways and Means Committee will come to order.
Page 363 - The differences in the estimates occur because the probability of being on welfare (or being poor or unemployed) at a given time is necessarily higher for longer-term recipients than for those who have shorter welfare spells.
Page 45 - ... [Plaintiffs] suggest . . . that the mere requirement of parental notice [unduly burdens the right to seek an abortion]. As stated in Part II above, however, parental notice and consent are qualifications that typically may be imposed by the State on a minor's right to make important decisions. As immature minors often lack the ability to make fully informed choices that take account of both immediate and long-range consequences, a State reasonably may determine that parental consultation often...
Page 363 - An example of spells of hospitalization will help to establish this point. Consider a 13-bed hospital in which 12 beds are occupied for an entire year by 12 chronically ill patients, while the other bed is used by 52 patients, each of whom stays exactly 1 week. On any given day, a hospital census would find that about 85 percent of patients (12/13) were in the midst of long spells of hospitalization. Nevertheless, viewed over the course of a year, short-term use clearly dominates: out of the 64 patients...
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Page 2 - As a result, by 1992 nearly one out of every four children under 18 in the United States lived in a family where the mother was never married or the father was not living with his child or children because of death, divorce, or separation. An unprecedented number of children live in single-parent homes, many without adequate or any support from the other parent. Si O :«r-*^CT>^-— «CMCO r-* LO oo LO oo _j O...

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