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Reed: Work requirements for welfare recipients empower unemployed and underemployed

March 16, 2013

Rep. Tom Reed voted this week in support of the Preserving the Welfare Work Requirement and TANF Extension Act of 2013....

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Dcronlg

Mar-16-13 11:08 PM

All you guys speak with the absolute authority of knowing exactly what its like to be on welfare.

Who knew that state benefits card was burning such another hole in your bums?

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PhilJulian

Mar-16-13 8:11 PM

This just proves that even a Republican can make sense at times.

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FredMom

Mar-16-13 4:07 PM

Imagine that Obama eliminated the work requirement for welfare. Why would he expect them to work.... they might not vote for him if he wanted that.

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wiseup

Mar-16-13 8:43 AM

Only 10% of them do any work in Chautauqua county. Even after the county hired more staff to monitor them. It's a big joke. They don't want to learn or wok and we do so little to enforce the requirement we just "encourage them!" Yea right! The more people Obama gets on the Gov roles the more votes the Dems get!

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commentor

Mar-16-13 7:57 AM

Glad he voted this way, however, you know what they say....you can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink. Welfare to work people are useless. They have no desire to work or learn anything. All they want to do is collect welfare.

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