Child Welfare Series - Part V

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NPR's Bob Edwards speaks with Ron Haskins of the Brookings Institution about legislation that would extend the 1996 Welfare Reform laws. Haskins helped write the controversial 1996 legislation, which distributed welfare money to states and imposed work requirements on welfare recipients.

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