20 Years Ago, Welfare Reform Was Signed Into Law. Here’s What We’ve Learned

By Genevieve Wood Published on August 23, 2016


Two decades ago, President Bill Clinton signed one of the most successful public policies into law: welfare reform. It was called the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act — and its results were dramatic. Watch to learn more.

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