The TANF federal allocation, which states receive each federal fiscal year (October – September) has several components. For Georgia, the relevant components are the TANF Federal Block Grant and the TANF Supplemental Grant. Although Congress extends the TANF program, without
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Posted by Clare S. Richie Next week, the House of Representatives is expected to pass deep cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) – previously known as food stamps. Every Georgia family that participates in SNAP would see their
GBPI Senior Policy Analyst Clare S. Richie is quoted on SB 447 in a press release from the Georgia Senate Press Office. Read the press release.
GBPI Senior Policy Analyst Clare S. Richie discusses the state’s unemployment trust fund and alternatives to SB 447 on Primetime Lawmakers . View the discussion. The Unemployment Trust Fund segment begins at the 11 minute, 37 second mark. Additional Information Bill Analysis:
By now you have probably heard that Georgia owes a lot of money to the federal government, $736 million to be exact, for helping us pay state unemployment insurance (UI) benefits. What hasn’t received enough attention, however, is how Georgia got
This month Congress will address extending the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program through September 30, 2012. As of today, Congress has eliminated the TANF Supplemental Grant which leaves Georgia short $37.3 million for many health and human service