California’s safety net has become a poverty trap. It entangles the poor in a web of programs that are available only if they stay poor, while discouraging the two greatest escapes from poverty – marriage and a job.
California’s safety net has become a poverty trap. It entangles the poor in a web of programs that are available only if they stay poor, while discouraging the two greatest escapes from poverty – marriage and a job. Seth Wenig The Associated Press
California’s safety net has become a poverty trap. It entangles the poor in a web of programs that are available only if they stay poor, while discouraging the two greatest escapes from poverty – marriage and a job. Seth Wenig The Associated Press

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More money for poverty won’t solve California’s problem

January 19, 2015 4:00 PM

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