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Department of Health and Human Services

Welfare reform

I believe that welfare could be reformed by making it given on a sliding scale to recipients. To encourage them to take jobs, even minimum wage earning, we could reduce benefits gradually. All or nothing benefits discourages many from seeking employment of any kind. With a phased out policy, one could take the lowest paying jobs, for instance, and still receive a medical card/rent supplements/food stamps. The higher the... more »

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Department of Health and Human Services

Stop TV givaway to Welfare receipients.

The Federal Government should stop giving welfare receipients, not sure which welfare program, Free Televisions sets. I mean, no one every gave me a free TV.



Oh, my mistake. the premise of this is totally untrue. Just like the premise of newly arrived imigrants getting Social Security Disbility payments. And it happens to be the number 7 suggestion.

I'm currious to see how many "likes" this false premise gets.... more »

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Department of Health and Human Services

Food-Specific Bridge Card Benefits

The Women Infants and Children program (WIC) requires participants to purchase food-specific items. Why can't this requirement be in place for bridge card holders? Less unhealthy food and beverage choices means less overweight and healthier participants, equating to less medical benefits for participants to be paid by taxpayers.

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Eliminate the Free Handouts

We can save 72 Billion Dollars a month if we would just eliminte the the Free SSI Money we hand out every month to people who are just wokring the system so they do not have to go to work a real job everyday. People like this are a drain on society and they just keep having kids and raising them to be on the system as well.
Also, we should have no more corporate bailouts. Nothing is too big to fail and the nature of capitalism... more »

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