67th Girls Nation Congress
To make welfare a work program with a time limit, excluding those with medical or mental disabilities.
IN THE SENATE OF GIRLS NATION
Senators Lalouette and Wolfford of Texas introduced the following bill; which was referred to Committee .
BE IT ENACTED BY THE SENATE OF GIRLS NATION ASSEMBLED.
SECTION 1. TITLE
This act may be cited as the "Welfare Reform Act".
SECTION 2. PURPOSE
The Welfare Reform Act will teach welfare recipients to work for income and prevent abuse of the system.
SECTION 3. DEFINITIONS
Welfare is considered any of the following: food stamps, cash assistance, vouchers, free services, subsidies for food, housing and healthcare, childcare, medicaid, and all other forms of government assistance to needy families.
SECTION 4. WELFARE REFORM ACT
The Welfare Reform Act entails that:
(A) All able body/minded peoples applying for governmental assistance will work in a government program for compensation.
(1) The programs will consist of various work fields to include secretarial duties, manual labor, and services tasks.
(2) The work programs will be monitored to ensure safe, stable, and efficient work environments for the program participants.
(3) All workers will be taught and supervised by at least on manager for each shift (to start the manager will be an established government employee).
SECTION 5. EFFECTIVE DATE
This act shall be effective for all citizens of the United States applying for government aid on or within 30 days of January 1, 2015.
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