The national debate over welfare reform continues to spiral. Most agree that the costs, both social and financial, are unacceptable and that the system is failing to help many of those for which it was originally intended. Disagreement involves whether to eliminate welfare or reform it, and if so, how.
Public welfare—United States
United States—Social policy—1980–
Economic assistance, Domestic—United States
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