baylor98 proposes Welfare recipient job training and education Act
Veto, Section 3 authors the Director of these programs a blank check. That is seriously a dangerous item.
Bill passes, but was shared 2 times. President wvamerican will choose whether or not to sign the bill.
Any way to require drug testing?
I'll admit that I'm too lazy to read other comments. But I strongly feel that assistance should be tied to no abuse of drugs.
You could always propose an amendment.
I support this, but I'd like to see something along the lines of WPA to strengthen our infrastructure.
How will these programs affect the minor children of the recipients? Child care is a major concern and costly for those on a limited budget.
Do we know how much it would cost to implement and overview this plan? We also could have exemptions, if you have college degree and you got laid off, you don't necessarily need job training. Are we paying for the training? At what cost?
And is this all federally funded or are we expecting some sort of matching contribution from the states?
(Noticed last section)
😕 😔 😁 😆
Motion to omit Section 3.
Nay for now.
It would be a yea if Section 3 were eliminated as it is essentially a blank check.
Propose legislation !!! onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=EAA6A44C1BF636BE%21257
Sorry for the lack of posting since thursday, i've only been able to post short bills but starting tomorrow bills posting will return to normal.
Welfare recipient job training and education Act
Section 1: All recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and General Assistance Cash are required to attend career training classes to help them towards career building.
Section 2: All recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), General Assistance Cash, Food Stamps, Section 8 Housing, Public Housing, and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) are required to attend financial education
and financial budgeting classes.
Section 3: Increase federal spending toward job training programs like Job Corp, TANF Work Activities and Training, WIA Youth Opportunity Grants, and others if needed.
Section 4: Transfer federal fund of 100,000 million dollars from cash assistance, food assistance, and housing assistance programs towards job training and education programs.