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Title: Budget for Information Technology Reflects Administration Priorities, Commitment to Fiscal Restraint  
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Executive Summary: The welfare reform law of 1996 marked a turning point in national welfare policy. The new policy aimed to encourage personal responsibility by promoting work, reducing nonmarital births, and strengthening and supporting marriage. No longer could able-bodied adults remain on welfare year after year without working. Individuals were given strong financial incentives to leave welfare for work; families were given essential support for child care and health care to facilitate the transition to work; states were given equally strong incentives to help parents prepare for and find jobs. And state and local governments were given more control over welfare than ever before. The result has been an historic decline in the welfare rolls, substantial increases in employment by low-income mothers, unprecedented increases in earnings by low-income females heading families, and a sustained decline in child poverty, particularly among African-American children. In addition, for the first time in several generations, the percentage of children born outside wedlock leveled off and has remained nearly flat for the last five years.

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Table of Contents Page Executive Summary 1 Achievements of the Welfare Reform Law of 1996 4 Strengthen the Federal-State Partnership 12 Maximize Self Sufficiency Through Work 15 Promote Child Well-Being and Healthy Marriages 20 Encourage Abstinence and Prevent Teen Pregnancy 23 Improve Program Performance 25 Enhance Child Support Enforcement 28 Reform Food Stamps to Promote Work 31 Provide Food Stamps for Legal Immigrants 34 Facilitate Program Integration 35

 

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