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The main goal of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) was to ________. a. provide greater welfare benefits for those who need it c. guarantee cash transfers to the elderly b. provide economic assistance to citizens during the Great Depression d. assist people in ending their dependency on the welfare program and get back into the work force
Weegy: Kindly complete your question first User: The main goal of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) was to ________. a. provide greater welfare benefits for those who need it c. guarantee cash transfers to the elderly b. provide economic assistance to citizens during the Great Depression d. assist people in ending their dependency on the welfare program and get back into the work force Weegy: Kindly complete your question first User: what was the main reason for the TANF? Weegy: Many policymakers continue to claim that the 1996 welfare reform law which created the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program was a major success. [ They see the TANF program's design and block grant structure as a model for the reform of other safety net programs.[1] TANF's record over the last 15 years shows, however, that its role as a safety net has declined sharply over time. (See Figure 1). In 1996, for every 100 families with children living in poverty, TANF provided cash aid to 68 families. By 2010, it provided cash assistance to only 27 such families for every 100 in poverty. (We refer to this as the TANF-to-poverty ratio.) ] (More)
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The main goal of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) was to assist people in ending their dependency on the welfare program and get back into the work force.
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Who sets the poverty threshold? a. the Council of Economic Advisors c. Federal Reserve b. AFL-CIO d. the Government
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D. The Government sets the poverty threshold.
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in which system is private property found? a)centrally planned b)command c) free enterprise d) communism
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Unit elastic is one of five elasticity alternatives. Unit elastic means that any change in price causes an equal proportion change in quantity. Quantity changes are matched by price changes.
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A product that has few substitutes tends to be: a. elastic c. unit elastic b. inelastic d. a complimentary good
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A product that has few substitutes tends to be: INELASTIC.

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