TODAY: On-Line Chat on Welfare Reform with Heritage Foundation’s Rachel Sheffield

Posted: July 20, 2012 by April Watkins in Events, Miscellaneous, Online events
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Join us today, Friday, July 20th from 12-1 PM Eastern time, for an online discussion on welfare reform.

Also, check out my article “The Misconception of Minimum Wage” from 2007 on my blog. The article was republished in 2009 by Gale Publishing in a book entitled: “Introducing Issues with Opposing Viewpoints: Welfare”. Read the full article at https://prilspen.wordpress.com/2007/02/03/the-misconception-of-minimum-wage/

FROM THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION’S “The Foundry”:

Last week, the Obama administration bypassed Congress to gut the successful 1996 welfare reform law of its work requirements. Join us on Friday July 20 from 12-1 ET for our “Lunch with Heritage” online chat. We will be joined by Heritage’s Rachel Sheffield who will be taking your questions about the success of welfare reform, what still needs to happen to fix the U.S. welfare system, and what this latest action means for poor families. Lunch with Heritage feat. Rachel Sheffield.  Click here to sign on.

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