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In addition to administrating community welfare services, CWO’s will actively refer individuals to other state agencies and/or voluntary organisations if it is appropriate to their client's needs. We must implement this legislation in a way that truly moves people from welfare to work, and that is good for children. What is more, a portion is required to be invested in private accounts, again with no guarantee of income. Brubaker, professor of religion, California Lutheran University "United States Welfare Policy ably fills an important niche that no other book quite matches.

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