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Cash Assistance Cut

The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania ruled against a putative class of low-income individuals challenging an amendment to the state’s Human Services Code, which terminated the cash-assistance component of a welfare program.

HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania ruled against a putative class of low-income individuals challenging an amendment to the state’s Human Services Code, which terminated the cash-assistance component of a welfare program.

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