The changing role of disabled children benefits

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Richard V. Burkhauser; Mary C. Daly; (2013)
  • Subject: Disability insurance

The U.S. federal government’s program that provides cash benefits to low-income families with a disabled child has grown rapidly over the past 25 years. This growth reflects changes in the implementation of the program rather than declines in children’s health or family... View more
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