WELFARE

PTU Anglais 2013 - 2014

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1. OBAMA CARE & BIG PHARMA

1.1. In March 2010. The healthcare reform bill was signed into law as a result of President Obama

1.2. It was a tough legislative fight

1.3. In 2009, Big Pharma spent $188 million and hired over 1.100 lobbyists

1.4. Make drugs cheaper and allow the government to negotiate prices

2. Glog

3. Quizlet

4. The case of Wisconsin

4.1. Wisconsin state that forged a pioneering path in welfare reforms in the 1990's

4.2. The Programme offering taxpayer-financed child care to low income working parents

5. Videos

5.1. Clinton on Healthcare Reform

5.2. Barack Obama defends healthcare reforms

6. The nitty gritty of reforms

6.1. TANF= Temporary Assistance to needy families

6.2. Society has a duty to support vulnerable needy children

6.3. Children must be vaccinated and go all the time at school, otherwise lose benefits.

6.4. Between 2008 and 2009 the poverty rate increased for non hispanic whites from 8.6% to 9.4%

6.5. 25.8% of the African- American population lived in poverty compared to 25.3% of all Hispanics

6.6. The 2010 poverty rate for single mother black families was 41%, 7% among married couple black families

7. CLINTON

7.1. 1990 work rates rose, poverty actually fell and welfare was largely judged a success

7.2. 1992 Clinton endorsed a radical overhaul of America

7.3. Clinton's workfare reforms were visible during an economic boom, their true impact has since been doubted

7.4. Clinton replaced the old aid to families with dependent children cash programme (AFDC)with the temporary assistance to needy families (TANF)

7.5. Clinton's welfare scheme was seen as an attempt to appropriate the election

8. Whose fault is anyway?

8.1. Some people aren't doing all they could to help themselves. (Isabel Sawhill of the Brookings Institution)

9. The press reviews

9.1. The Truth About Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, and Welfare Reform

9.2. Obama Plan Won't Include Changes to Social Security

9.3. Health Care Reform and Social Movements in the United States

10. Cartoon

11. Tagxedo