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After this, new problems kicked in – other than democrats and republicans creating and shutting down welfare programs on a whim – such as economic crises, changes in the family structure and immigration. The different systems made information sharing inefficient and time-consuming. I plan to become more involved in the political process. An additional compensatory child-care allowance, equivalent to 35 percent of the minimum wage, is available to mothers or other caretakers of children under the age of three.

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Publisher: PublishAmerica (January 16, 2006)

ISBN: 142410288X

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