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Is there a system supporting low-income working families? [Executive summary]

Resource Type: Executive Summary
Author(s): Zedlewski, Sheila R.; Adams, Gina; Dubay, Lisa C.; Kenney, Genevieve M.;
Date Issued: February 2006
Publisher(s): Urban Institute
Description: A summary of an investigation of the efficiency of the Medicaid and State Child Health Insurance Program (SCHIP), food stamps, child care subsidies, and the earned income tax credit (EITC) programs in supporting low-income, working families
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Source: (Low-Income Working Families Paper 4). Washington, DC: Urban Institute. Retrieved November 22, 2009, from
Topics: Policies > Economic & Social Policies
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