Tag Archives: Welfare

Cato Institute v. Center for Immigration Studies: Cato: “CIS Report Exaggerates Immigrant Welfare Use” Time to take sides?

The CIS study does not compare apples to apples but rather apples to elephants. Source: Center for Immigration Studies Report Exaggerates Immigrant Welfare Use Oh boy this is going to big fight over the benefits and cost of immigration. In a way it’s the think tank version of the The Wall Street Journal view versus the Donald Trump view.…

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Five Things: Spilka Not Fooling Many, Lyons on Sad Remy Case, Welfare $ > than job and more…

Karen Spilka’s sudden conversion is being taken with grain of salt The business community and media are taking Karen Spilka’s sudden conversion against the tech tax with a grain of salt. You may remember, Red Mass Group reported that Spilka voted six times for the software tax. First up is a story by the new managing editor at the Boston…

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MEMO: The Dire Need for State Welfare Reform

In Monday’s Boston Herald, they reported, “The state’s top welfare official has admitted his agency doesn’t have the technology to prevent EBT cards from being used on booze, guns and porn, despite reform legislation passed last year prohibiting such expenditures.” Earlier on Monday, the state’s interim Commissioner of the Department of Transitional Assistance, testified at a budget hearing before the…

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