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HCR 230 Week 3 The Welfare Reform Act

HCR 230 Week 3 The Welfare Reform Act - The Welfare Reform...

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The Welfare Reform Act On August22 President Bill Clinton signed the Welfare Reform Act into law, the Welfare Reform Act replaced 1996 with other government-assisted plans with distinct strategies. The guidelines for The Welfare Reform Act were stricter than any other government-assisted plans, which made it complicated for a few people to eligible. A person might receive benefits on the program and possibly cash assistance if he or she is eligible. With the cash assistance program there is a cap in place on the length of time a person can receive the assistance. Existing Medicaid Coverage With the Welfare Reform Act has a vast emphasis on the importance of persons registered in a government or state assistance plan in participation of job actions. The government and state officials insist that the person enthusiastically look for profitable employment or take part in job education. A person on cash assistance has the privilege to get Medicaid. The person should not neglect this privilege and that person is required to do what is required of him or her to continue staying on the program at the same time working to better his or her lives. This plans intentions are to assist persons who are under pressure and offer the person with the medical coverage for health care that he or she might require; persons need to agree to the responsibilities that are mandatory to meet the requirements for this plan.
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