Microenterprise Development for Better Health Outcomes

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Sufficient information for OLAW to determine that all appointees are appropriately qualified must be provided. Perhaps as a consequence, the national government has increasingly thrust responsibility for health and social services onto local government. HHS asserted the authority to “waive compliance” with every provision of Section 407 — which means all of the work rules in the TANF law are now subject to the secretary’s whim. Children with chronic diseases and HIV/AIDS have the same rights as their peers.

Pages: 160

Publisher: Praeger (February 28, 2001)

ISBN: B000SC0B68

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