Ericson: The real welfare queens
By Sean Ericson
“I would argue that it varies on a family-by-family basis what’s best for that individual parent and that individual child,” said Ashley Burnside, senior policy analyst at the Center for Law and Social Policy, a progressive think tank. “There are quite a few people who apply for TANF who are in domestic violence circumstances. And, of course, nobody would argue that parent should be getting married to the person that they are potentially fleeing from.”
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