House Committee clears welfare-reform measure for floor action

Portner, Jessica
March 1995
Education Week;3/15/95, Vol. 14 Issue 25, p17
Reports on the US House Ways and Means Committee's passing of a welfare-reform bill that would transfer to the states control over programs serving poor, disabled, abused and neglected children. Tension between Democratic and Republican committee members; Altering of language in bill; Radical restructuring of the Supplemental Security Income program.


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