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Green Book (2004). 68. Zedlewski and Brauner (1999). 69. General Accounting Office (1999). GAO interviewed officials from forty-nine of the fifty states and from the District of Columbia; Rhode Island did not respond. 70. General Accounting Office (2002a). 02-8191-1 ch02 11/2/05 4:18 PM Page 45 Work Support Programs 45 States are held accountable for errors, including overpayments. From the perspective of the states, the cases of low-income workers are the most likely to generate erroneous food stamp payments, because their work hours (and hence their incomes) fluctuate more from month to month.
Food stamp benefits vary according to household size and income (and are higher in Alaska and Hawaii). They are intended to make up the difference between the household’s expected outlay on food purchases and the 47. Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (2001, p. 1). 48. Department of Agriculture (2000a). 49. Melnick (1994, p. 183). 52 In 1974 Congress initiated a significant expansion in program participation by mandating that states offer food stamp services. 53 Funding for the program is mostly a federal responsibility, although states do pay for administrative costs, for special program options, and penalties for erroneous benefits.
22 We include the minimum wage as a work support because it enhances the material rewards gained from work for those at the bottom of the labor market. 23 In addition, in many local labor markets the minimum wage may be inconsequential, because it is set below the prevailing market wage. 24 18. Neumark, Schweitzer, and Wascher (2000). 19. Burkhauser and Finegan (1989). 20. Schiller (1994); Smith and Vavrichek (1992). 21. Sawhill and Thomas (2001); Bernstein and Schmitt (2000); Card and Krueger (1995).
Bill and Lad - Decodable Book 6 Grade 1 by Deanne W. Kells illustrated by Olivier Latyk