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  1. Perspectives on poverty: Issues and options in welfare reform, health care and homelessness (A Policy working paper of the National League of Cities)
  2. Health Care Reform and Child Welfare: Meeting the Needs of Abused and Neglected Children by Madelyn Dewoody, 1994-03
  3. States have a role in Clinton reforms. (of health care and welfare): An article from: State Legislatures by Donna E. Shalala, 1993-10-01
  4. Can State and Local Governments Afford to Implement Health Care and Welfare Reform?;: Hearing Before the Human Resources and Intergovernmental by United States. Congress. Subcommittee, 2010-01-17
  5. Can state and local governments afford to implement health care and welfare reform?: hearing before the Human Resources and Intergovernmental Relations ... Congress, first session, October 6, 1993 by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations. Human Resources and Intergovernmental Relations Subcommittee., 1995-01-01
  6. Can state and local governments afford to implement health care and welfare reform?: Hearing before the Human Resources and Intergovernmental Relations ... Congress, first session, October 6, 1993 by United States, 1995
  7. Can State and Local Governments Afford to Implement Health Care and Welfare Reform? Hearing, October 6, 1993 by Committee on Government Operations, Human Resources & Intergovernmental Relations Subcom U.S. House of Representatives, 1995
  8. Can State and Local Governments Afford to Implement Health Care and Welfare Reform? Hearing, October 6, 1993 by Committee on Government Operations, Human Resources & Intergovernmental Relations Subcom U.S. House of Representatives, 1995
  9. Immigrants' access to health care after welfare reform: Findings from focus groups in four cities by Peter Feld, 2000
  10. Just Don't Get Sick: Access to Health Care in the Aftermath of Welfare Reform (Critical Issues in Health and Medicine) by Karen Seccombe, 2007-08-20
  11. A Question of Deman: Qutlines of the reform of the health care system in the Netherlands (International Publications Series Health, Welfare and Sport, 14E)
  12. Politics by Issue: Corporate Welfare, Women's Suffrage, Affair, Health Care Reform Debate in the United States
  13. Understanding the relationships: Observations about the potential impacts of welfare reforms on health and health care in Milwaukee : a study conducted ... Commissioner of Health, City of Milwaukee by Robert J Pietrykowski, 1997
  14. Immigrants' access to health care and insurance on the cusp of welfare reform (Discussion papers) by Leighton Ku, 2000

1. A Card-carrying Capitalist Tackles Poverty: Richard Burkhauser's Research On Nea
Over the past 30 years, Burkhauser has conducted research on nearly every aspect of U.S. poverty policy, including income inequality, minimum wage, welfare reform, health care
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A card-carrying capitalist tackles poverty: Richard Burkhauser's research on nearly every aspect of U.S. poverty policyincome inequality, minimum wage, welfare reform, health care, and social securityhas turned up some surprising facts.
It's 8:55 a.m. on a bright Tuesday morning in September. Professor Richard Burkhauser is standing at the front of Call Auditorium in Kennedy Hall watching students file into Economics 1110: Introductory Microeconomics. For those who arrive early, the Bugs Bunny cartoon "The Rabbit of Seville" is playing on the main auditorium screen, a throw-back to cartoon previews that played at movie theaters during Burkhauser's childhood.
The professor is dressed patriotically in a navy blue suit, a red-striped shirt, and a red tiefitting attire for the day's lecture, where he will make the case that low- and middle-income Americans have done better economically over the past 30 years than most people believe.
On a side screen, there is a question asking students if they've registered with the course's web site. Everyone who enters class receives a clicker they can use to answer questions that Burkhauser poses. The professor uses the technology to take attendance in the 400-person class and also to engage the large class directly.

2. Swarthmore College News Sources Experts
Robinson Hollister poverty; welfare reform; health care ; Philip Jefferson macroeconomics; government taxation; Federal Reserve decisions ; Ellen Magenheim health care; industrial
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3. Anti-imperialism: Information From Answers.com
Sidebar Mark Twain and the Imperial Apologists Not only was Mark Twain the author of some of the greatest works in American literature, such as The Adventures of Huckleberry
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4. PCHR Program In Community Health Research
Her research interests include urban and rural poverty, welfare reform, health care disparities, and the use of social and human capital by individuals in poverty.
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HOME PROJECT BACKGROUND PROJECT DIRECTORS RESEARCH FOCI ... CONTACT US Project Directors Julie Miller-Cribbs, MSW, PhD
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School of Social Work
University of Oklahoma
Her research interests include urban and rural poverty, welfare reform, health care disparities, and the use of social and human capital by individuals in poverty. Recent funded research projects include Oklahoma SEED Project, Survey of Young, Uninsured Oklahomans, SOCM Summer Institute and Faculty Leadership Evaluation, Social Work Practice with Native American elders: Sustainable Content for Cultural Responsiveness in the Advanced Year of the MSW Direct Practice Curriculum and Oklahoma Health Care Authority CHIPRA Evaluation. Prior projects have included funding from the Lois and Samuel Silberman Fund Faculty Awards Program, and the University of Kentucky Center for Poverty Research. Her publications have appeared in various journals, she has authored educational material utilized in textbooks and course outlines related to cultural diversity, and she is the author of three books. She has presented her research at over 20 national and international conferences. A Tulsa native, Dr. Miller-Cribbs is pleased to live in Tulsa where most of her extended family resides. She lives with her husband Harry who is a teacher at Sapulpa High School and her two children Carly (12) and Cole (8).

5. Health Care - Historical Studies, Government Politics, U.S. Government, Civics,
Historical Studies / Government Politics / U.S. Government / Civics / Welfare Reform / Health Care Health Care
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6. Change Comes In Many Forms. In 2008, It Came In The Form Of Barack
Before the election, they were already becoming key figures in bringing about changes in criminal justice, education, welfare reform, health care and other issues.
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7. A Card-carrying Capitalist Tackles Poverty: Richard Burkhauser's Research On Nea
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Related articles It's 8:55 a.m. on a bright Tuesday morning in September. Professor Richard Burkhauser is standing at the front of Call Auditorium in Kennedy Hall watching students file into Economics 1110: Introductory Microeconomics. For those who arrive early, the Bugs Bunny cartoon "The Rabbit of Seville" is playing on the main auditorium screen, a throw-back to cartoon previews that played at movie theaters during Burkhauser's childhood. The professor is dressed patriotically in a navy blue suit, a red-striped shirt, and a red tiefitting attire for the day's lecture, where he will make the case that low- and middle-income Americans have done better economically over the past 30 years than most people believe. On a side screen, there is a question asking students if they've registered with the course's web site. Everyone who enters class receives a clicker they can use to answer questions that Burkhauser poses. The professor uses the technology to take attendance in the 400-person class and also to engage the large class directly.

8. Georgia Public Policy Foundation - Www.gppf.org
Health Care Agenda; Encourage the adoption of consumerbased health care plans so that traditional market forces can influence the cost of medical services as they now influence and
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9. Benzie Home Health Care
Over the years, budget cutbacks, welfare reform, health care reform and an exploding aging population have caused a wide gap in services to our area seniors, a gap likely to
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Welcome to Benzie Community Services / Benzie Home Health Care Over the years, budget cutbacks, welfare reform, health care reform and an exploding aging population have caused a wide gap in services to our area seniors, a gap likely to increase as baby boomers age.  Benzie Home Health Care is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that exists to fill some of these gaps and enhance the quality of life of the aging population in Benzie County. We help. Our kind and dependable caregivers can assist seniors in a multitude of ways to help them remain as independent and engaged in life as possible because we understand there is no place like home.  We can provide assistance with bathing and grooming.  We also provide caregiver respite, to give family caregivers up to 4 hours of time off each week while knowing that their loved one is safe and lovingly cared for.  We offer caregiver education and resources to empower family members to not only take good care of their loved one, but also care for themselves.  We also provide free medical equipment loans from our loan closet of recycled medical equipment. We care .  We’re in the compassion business.  Every person   deserves to spend their senior years in comfort and dignity, and so   we serve them.  Our caregivers are competent, well respected, absolutely dependable and love what they do.  Two of our staff members have been with us for over 18 years.  In the past year, our RN and 6 home health aides have traveled 31,000 miles to make 2600 caregiving visits.

10. Center Staff: Hoke: Center For Election Integrity: Cleveland State University
Her primary scholarly expertise has focused on regulatory programs structured with FederalState partnership (such as HAVA, welfare reform, health care reform) and she is
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11. Governor Talks About Social Issues | The Chronicle
Vermont Gov. Howard Dean addressed welfare reform, health care, and other social programs on the state level in a speech Wednesday at the Sanford Institute of Public Policy.
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November 13, 1996 Print Article Email Article Download PDF Vermont Gov. Howard Dean addressed welfare reform, health care, and other social programs on the state level in a speech Wednesday at the Sanford Institute of Public Policy. Dean discussed how he successfully reformed the welfare system and guaranteed health insurance for children in Vermont, while balancing the state budget. As governor, Dean instituted the first welfare reform of any state in the nation. Based on the principle that everybody should be required to work, the Vermont reform requires one parent in a two-parent household to get a job within the first 15 months on welfare, and parents in single-parent families to have a job within 30 months on welfare. The state, however, does not cut all benefits if these deadlines are not met; only direct cash assistance is cut. All participants in the program are guaranteed a job, either in the private sector or in the non-profit sector. "I think the reforms are pro-family," Dean said. "If you do [welfare reform] right, you can make a big deal in people's lives." During his speech, Dean-a Democrat-said much of his success in office can be credited to ignoring partisan battles and concentrating on the practical.

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Explain how each of the following policy issues is related to federalism welfare reform, health care, transportation, taxation, unemployment.
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  • List three weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation and explain how the U.S. Constitution provided solutions to problems created by those weaknesses. List three compromises entered in to by the writers in order to construct the U.S. Constitution. List three arguments in favor of ratification of the Constitution. List three arguments used against ratification of the Constitution. Explain why James Madison feared the mischief of factions and how he argued the Constitution would alleviate the danger of factions. Define the pluralist theory of government. Distinguish among unitary government, confederations, and federalism. Explain how federalism keeps the government closer to the people. Distinguish between inherent, implied and expressed powers. Give examples of how our government is becoming more centralized. Then give examples of how our government is becoming decentralized. Use several examples from various presidential administrations. Is there a devolution revolution? Distinguish between categorical grants, project grants, block grants, and revenue sharing.
  • 13. Health Care - Education Resource - StudySphere
    Historical Studies / Government Politics / U.S. Government / Civics / Welfare Reform /Health Care
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    14. Leonard M. Greene, 88, Inventor, Dies - New York Times
    Dec 11, 2006 and financed the Institute for SocioEconomic Studies, a small policy research organization in White Plains that helped advance his ideas on welfare reform, health care
    http://www.nytimes.com/2006/12/11/business/11greene.html

    15. Swarthmore College News Robinson Hollister
    Robinson Hollister. Robinson Hollister Joseph Wharton Professor of Economics. Prof. Hollister is an expert in areas including poverty, welfare reform, health care, the effectiveness of
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    Prof. Hollister is an expert in areas including poverty, welfare reform, health care, the effectiveness of job training for the economically disadvantaged, and Near Eastern labor markets. He has testified before Congress and written widely on the effectiveness of the federal Job Corps, which he has evaluated and monitored since the 1960s. Hollister says the evidence points to a conclusion that the program has been effective, providing social benefits that substantially exceed the costs. Among several dozen books and articles, Hollister is co-author of Labor Markets in Countries of the Near East: Operation under Economic Restructuring (International Center for Economic Growth, 1994) and

    16. September 98 Issue
    Churches on Front Lines of Welfare Reform HEALTH CARE/Joan Retsinas Marcus Welby R.I.P. COMMENT/Wayne O'Leary National Health Insurance Revisited
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    Fishing for Profits

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    Stock OptionsBosses Up, Workers Down
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    Corporatizing Water
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    Ralph Lauren's Phony Philanthropy Blue Devils Get a Halo LETTERS TO THE EDITOR RURAL ROUTES/Margot F. McMillen Gov't Farm Aid: Scarce as Hen's Teeth COMMENT/Michael Stumo Freezing Out Small Producers FEATURE/Jeannette Batz The Tragedy of the Commons FOOD BYTES/Ronnie Cummins Campaign for Biodemocracy CALAMITY HOWLER/A.V. Krebs A Rising Tide Lifts All Yachts COMMENT/John Buell Unions Face Globalized Workplace GRASSROOTS/Hank Kalet Political Fixes LABOR TALK/Harry Kelber Organizing Crisis MADE IN USA/Joel D. Joseph Kruschev Half Right: China Will Bury Us NATIVE INTELLIGENCE/Jack D. Forbes

    17. Cabarrus County
    During his tenure, Cabarrus County DSS has implemented and received recognition for many innovations in the areas of welfare reform, health care access, preventive services and use
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    18. Tennessee Republican Party
    They promised and delivered commonsense change focusing on a balanced budget, welfare reform, health care reform, and making Congress
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    The Republican Philosophy
    Lincoln's Ten Guidelines
    A Brief History of the Republican Party
    The Republican Party evolved during the 1850's when the issue of slavery forced divisions within the existing Whig and Democratic-Republican parties. Faced with political turmoil, a new party - dedicated to states rights and a restricted role of government in economic and social life - began making history. Alan Earl Bovay, one of the founders of the Republican Party, believed a new party should be formed to represent the interests of the North and the abolitionists. He decided to call that party "Republican" because it was a simple, yet significant word synonymous with equality. Thomas Jefferson had earlier chosen "Republican" to refer to his party, which gave the name respect borne of historical significance. Evidence indicates there were several groups across the country that met to discuss the formation of a new party. Thus, the location of the first meeting has been disputed. It is known that Whig Party defectors met privately in February, 1854, in Crawfordsville, Iowa, to call for the creation of a new political party. Some evidence indicates an earlier meeting was held in Exeter, New Hampshire. The first public meeting was held in March of 1854 at a small church in Ripon, Wisconsin, when Alan Bovay rallied anti-slavery forces and adopted resolutions opposing the Kansas-Nebraska Act.

    19. A Card-carrying Capitalist Tackles Poverty: Richard Burkhauser's Research On Nea
    cardcarrying capitalist tackles poverty Richard Burkhauser's research on nearly every aspect of U.S. poverty policyincome inequality, minimum wage, welfare reform, health care
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    20. 695
    study were to examine the contribution of empirical research conducted by social work researchers on three prominent social policy areas poverty and welfare reform, health care
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    Social Policy Research In The 1990s: Where Were We?
    Quang DuongTran School of Social Work University of Hawaii at Manoa 1800 East-West Road, Henke Hall 104 Honolulu, Hawaii 96822 Evaon Wong-Kim School of Social Work University of Hawaii at Manoa 1800 East-West Road, Henke Hall 104 Honolulu, Hawaii 96822
    Purpose
    The last decade of the 20th century witnessed a historical welfare reform, ambitious efforts to reform the nations health care, ignominious racial incident (Rodney King beating and ensued riot), and transformation in race relations (i.e. attacks on affirmative action and immigration). The objectives of this study were to examine the contribution of empirical research conducted by social work researchers on three prominent social policy areas: poverty and welfare reform, health care and health services, race relations and immigration. Methods
    We conducted two phases of the literature review between 1990 and 2000: (1) comprehensive search of the Social Work Abstracts bibliographic database using these keywords poverty, welfare reform, health care, health services, race relations, immigration, and racism; (2) exhaustive content analysis of the empirical studies by methods, data types (e.g., archival, clinical, government- and private-sponsored databases), topical issues, and observed findings. Findings
    Preliminary findings show a dismal visibility of social work research in these highly prominent policy arenas. Despite a growing discourse and funding in health services research, only 81 publications out of 513 (or 16%) were empirical. Since 1996, 40 empirical studies on the impact of the Personal and Work Responsibility Act were in social work-related journals. This level of research commitment is minimal despite the sheer size, complexity, and impact of this national legislation.

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