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In this paper, we discuss the background and character of the changes introduced by this comprehensive, far-reaching law and then sketch the post-enactment responses of the Congress, the states, and the courts. We further explore the impacts that the law has had on benefit use among immigrants, highlighting the changes in usage among different immigrant groups and factors related to these changes, such as naturalization and rising incomes. We conclude by discussing a number of issues that may be examined within the context of welfare reauthorization. (Authors)
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Urban Insititute
2002
Washington, D.C.
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