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The Family Support Act of 1988 created JOBS, which implemented programs aimed at helping people get off the welfare roles.
The Family Support Act of 1988 created JOBS, which implemented programs aimed at helping people get off the welfare roles. True.
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The Family Support Act of 1988 created JOBS, which implemented programs aimed at helping people get off the welfare roles.
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