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State of the Union

1994--2000

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Published: 2000
Language: English
Wordcount: 51,980 / 158 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 68.8
LoC Category: J
Downloads: 494
mnybks.net#: 1743
Genres: Politics, Post-1930

January 25, 1994 -- January 24, 1995 -- January 23, 1996 -- February 4, 1997 -- January 27, 1998 -- January 19, 1999 -- January 27, 2000

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compact. We will provide the support, the job training, the child care you need for up to two years, but after that anyone who can work, must, in the private sector wherever possible, in community service if necessary. That's the only way we'll ever make welfare what it ought to be, a second chance, not a way of life.

I know it will be difficult to tackle welfare reform in 1994 at the same time we tackle health care. But let me point out, I think it is inevitable and imperative. It is estimated that one million people are on welfare today because it's the only way they can get health care coverage for their children. Those who choose to leave welfare for jobs without health benefits, and many entry level jobs don't have health benefits, find themselves in the incredible position of paying taxes that help to pay for health care coverage for those who made the other choice, to stay on welfare. No wonder people leave work and go back to welfare, to get health care coverage. We've got to solve the health care

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