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Breaking the Welfare Chains
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Breaking the Welfare Chains

In 1996, after seeing federal welfare policy fail to help the poor for 60 years, our leaders in Washington decided it was time to try something new. They boldly passed a welfare reform law that ended the legal entitlement to cash handouts, required many to work in order to receive money, and gave states the flexibility to design their own programs.

07/23/2003
Letter to Grassley on Welfare
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Letter to Grassley on Welfare

Senator Charles Grassley Chairman Senate Finance Committee SD-219 Dirksen Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510-6200 Dear Senator Grassley:

03/26/2003
Keep Reforming Welfare
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Keep Reforming Welfare

As published in the Wall Street Journal, August 1, 2002

08/01/2002

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