Ten years ago, then-President Clinton signed into law major welfare changes that tightened restrictions on who could receive welfare and for how long. Experts assess the impact the law has had over the years.
The House of Representatives Thursday approved a GOP-backed welfare package that forces recipients to work part of each week, provides $300 million for programs designed to promote marriage and offers $50 million for "abstinence only" sex education.
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