Missing and Exploited Children: Overview and Policy Concerns

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At given program cost levels, the authors compare the potential reduction in poverty from increasing benefit levels to the potential reduction associated with a variety of policy proposals that would increase eligibility for the program. The CMS Support Branch has assumed responsibility for many issues with significant policy or program impact requiring extensive analysis and subsequent policy interpretation or change. Results suggest that a co-occurring history of family alcoholism and poverty has a nonlinear relationship with alcohol problems and income as an adult.

Pages: 42

Publisher: Nova Science Pub Inc (November 2003)

ISBN: 1590338154

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