Kansas Welfare Law A restrictive welfare law in Kansas is being considered in at least 18 other states. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window) Related
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Your message is well conveyed. Thanks Danielle.
The welfare law in Kansas that other states will possibly copy is unbelievable. First,
$425 a month for a family of three is not even enough to pay rent and utilities. And then
restrictions are being placed on how it is spent and on a $25 ATM withdrawal limit per day…
This law would seem to violate some basic human rights, particularly freedom from
want and need and freedom from fear. Perhaps freedom of thought and expression, too,
since freedom of economic choice is being nullified. I, too, fail to see how this
would help those in this situation get a job. Rather, it reinforces their feelings of
being pushed around, like objects, with no voice in their basic daily life economic
transactions. This also speaks volumes about the political systems in states that
adopt such an unfair law.
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