The Reconciliation Act of 1996, Title I: Temporary Assistance For Needy Families, expresses the feeling of the Congress that the prevention of out-of-wedlock births and the reduction of out-of-wedlock births are critical government concerns. The current Aid to Families with Dependent Children and Job Opportunities and Basic Skills Training under Part A of the Social Security Act from 2002 to eligible states with federal-approved provisions for temporary support to eligible needy families with a minor child, as shown by the federal-approved programs under part A of title IV of the Social Security Act. Any adult for more than six months during that person's lifetime should no longer be eligible for TANF payments for more than 60 months. Legislators supported the reform because it was designed to meet several goals that would in their opinion improve family stability; eliminate needy families' dependence on government assistance so that children can be cared for in their own homes or in the homes of relatives' families; and end the dependence on needy parents on government assistance. The TANF campaign had a major effect on society as PRWORA was supposed to reform the US social care system for children. Firstly, though welfare benefits decreased, recipients actively seek jobs: among welfare recipients, the percentage that reported earnings from work increased from 6. 7 percent in 1990 to 28. 1 percent by 1999. Since being granted permanent residence, lawful permanent residents ineligible to receive federal means-tested benefits for five years. These work obligations were exempt from receiving TANF benefits for those under the age of six months; unemployed adult recipients were expected to participate in community service within two months of receiving benefits; adult beneficiaries were required to start working within two years after being eligible for these services. The law allowed states to use federal dollars to pay for-profit foster care providers and obligated states to prioritize family concerns when selecting foster care placements. With the Child Care and Development Block Grant, which was distributed to states, the legislature also combined multiple funding sources for child care.
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