The plan's architects say they didn't mean to disadvantage black cities, but they had easy ways not to.
The federal government offers more than $90 million a year for employment and training programs.
Take that, poverty!
In today's increasingly skill-focused economy, work-first approaches that limit TANF recipients' opportunities to increase their skills through education and training hurt their chances of finding jobs and lifting themselves out of poverty.
Apparently, not being able to buy food will help "advance their prospects for meaningful employment."
WASHINGTON -- Food stamp enrollment is expected to fall by 1 million next year thanks to harsher rules, according to a new
Some inner city men suffer from a culture that does not value hard work, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan said Wednesday.