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A series of reports is based on a longitudinal study of Wisconsin’s Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program. Chapin Hall examined the experiences of a representative sample of 1,075 Milwaukee County families that sought assistance from the TANF program between March and August 1999. The reports in this series are based on survey data that were collected at three points in time and administrative data from two state agencies. The reports cover five domains: employment and earnings, income and poverty, economic hardships and food insecurity, barriers to employment, and child welfare services involvement. (Authors)
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