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Public Assistance Laws Affecting Individuals with Criminal Convictions
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The 1996 federal welfare law contained several specific provisions that will restrict
access to public benefits for individuals with criminal convictions.

Individuals with drug felony convictions are permanently ineligible to receive federal welfare benefits (TANF) and food stamps. (Authors)
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2000
New York, NY
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