By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Though Wisconsin's radical welfare experiment has drawn more interest than the programs of other states, until this week there was no information on what was happening to the droves of people leaving the rolls. A January 15, 1999 New York Times article reported that state officials have released a trove of information, on everything from the number of welfare recipients with access to a car, (54%), to the number who say they have been forced to abandon their . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Though Wisconsin's radical welfare experiment has drawn more interest than the programs of other states, until this week there was no information on what was happening to the droves of people leaving the rolls. A January 15, 1999 New York Times article reported that state officials have released a trove of information, on everything from the number of welfare recipients with access to a car, (54%), to the number who say they have been forced to abandon their . . .
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