The Welfare Reform Law of 1996
A group of sixth graders prepares to leave for their graduation pictures. But one little boy holds back. "What's the matter?" his teacher asks him softly. The boys eyes filled with tears."It's almost the end of the month," he says. "The welfare money has run out, so my mother can't afford to pay for a picture until the next check arrives." Welcome to life on welfare.
In the summer of 1996, Democrats and Republicans finally agreed on a compromise bill that was signed by President Clinton. The new law was expected to save $55 billion in welfare over six years. …
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