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Welfare Reform / State Level #158997

ABC Evening News for Friday, Mar 24, 1995
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(Studio: Catherine Crier) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Jackie Judd) Passage in the House of the Republicans' welfare reform package, another item in their "Contract with America," featured. [Representative Ray LaHOOD, with "don't feed the alligators!" sign, John MICA, Barbara CUBIN, Sam GIBBONS, Barney FRANK, former welfare recipient Star PARKER, Clay SHAW - offer views on welfare.] Tenets of this bill, which shifts the welfare burden to the states, outlined on screen.

(Atlanta: Rebecca Chase) The reaction in the state of Georgia to the impending cuts in federal welfare funds examined. [Georgia welfare director Michael THURMOND, welfare analyst Judith GUERON - express concerns about the states' role in welfare.]

Chase, Rebecca;
Crier, Catherine;
Judd, Jackie

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