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5 Matching Questions

  1. Medicaid
  2. what are welfare programs funded by?
  3. consequences and criticisms of TANF
  4. noncontributory programs
  5. types of government welfare
  1. a -the federal government
    -state governments
  2. b social programs that provide assistance to people on the basis of demonstrated need rather than any contribution they have made
    examples:TANF, Medicaid
  3. c -contributory programs
    -noncontributory programs
  4. d it has not reduced the number of children born out of wedlock
    -most former recipients can not get out of poverty on the amount given to them
    -when recipients leave the TANF rolls they also loose their benefits of Medicaid and foodstamps
  5. e a federally and state financed, state operated program providing medical services to low income people

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. landfills
  2. no state as valorem tax shall be levied upon any property within the state
    -as a result, the state may not set any state wide property tax on all properties within the state
    -as a result localities must set their own tax rates to accumulate the needed funds to provide an education to students
  3. The Omnibus Tax Clearance Fund
    The General Revenue Fund
    The Available School Fund
    The Highway Motor Fuel Fund
    The State Highway Fund
  4. texas water development board
  5. a form of national health insurance for the elderly and disabled

5 True/False Questions

  1. work related welfareA levy whose burden weighs more heavily on persons earning higher incomes than it does on individuals making less money
    (luxury tax)


  2. goals of social policy-the overall purpose behind individual government decisions and programs
    -result of public officials setting priorities by creating the budget, making official decisions, and passing laws


  3. Severancetax on the production of oil, gas, and other minerals


  4. Personal Income TaxA levy that weighs equally on all persons, regardless of their income

    EX: Income tax without deductions or exemptions


  5. welfare to workfare prosall charity was primarily privately ran


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