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There is no better policy laboratory than sunny Los Angeles, where average monthly high temperatures that range between 68 and 84 degrees have helped swell the county’s population to a total bigger than all but eight states in the U. With it being a hot topic with many the Federal Government has decided to trial a bold new method of delivering welfare to those that need it. This mutual dependency, intensified in particular individual and social circumstances, is nonetheless so universal that no society could long survive which did not provide at least minimally satisfactory ways of dealing with it.

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