Originally Posted by 3devious
That's for federal welfare. The states do their own thing. If you want to understand welfare laws, ask someone who is on it for longer than that limit. It is a career for some and they know those laws better than anyone.
That makes me wonder, which is more profitable: putting that amount of effort into getting an education and working or scamming the system?
Actually the law says that states have the rights to shorten the amount of time that people receive welfare.
If its a state thing then I'm surprised that there is any extra welfare in the southeast...
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