House Speaker Paul Ryan walks with Bishop Shirley Holloway, director of the House of Help City of Hope in Anacostia, one of Washington’s poorest neighborhoods, as Ryan proposed an overhaul for the nation’s poverty programs. The proposal would make changes to welfare, food and housing aid, among other programs, to increase work requirements, make the aid more efficient and allow states to make more decisions about how it is distributed.
House Speaker Paul Ryan walks with Bishop Shirley Holloway, director of the House of Help City of Hope in Anacostia, one of Washington’s poorest neighborhoods, as Ryan proposed an overhaul for the nation’s poverty programs. The proposal would make changes to welfare, food and housing aid, among other programs, to increase work requirements, make the aid more efficient and allow states to make more decisions about how it is distributed. J. Scott Applewhite AP
House Speaker Paul Ryan walks with Bishop Shirley Holloway, director of the House of Help City of Hope in Anacostia, one of Washington’s poorest neighborhoods, as Ryan proposed an overhaul for the nation’s poverty programs. The proposal would make changes to welfare, food and housing aid, among other programs, to increase work requirements, make the aid more efficient and allow states to make more decisions about how it is distributed. J. Scott Applewhite AP

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June 15, 2016 05:48 PM

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