Aug 05, 2015

Kansas ends $25 limit on ATM withdrawals of cash benefits

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas has eliminated a $25-a-day limit on ATM withdrawals with cash assistance cards over concerns from U.S. officials about the much-criticized part of a larger effort to ensure that poor families use their benefits for necessities and not alcohol, gambling or luxuries such as concerts or tattoos. The state Department for Children and Families announced Tuesday that it was...

Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/YtChE

Similar Articles Added Earlier

  • APNewsBreak: Kansas Ends $25 Cap on Cash Benefits From ATMs - ABC News

    Kansas has eliminated a $25-per-day limit on ATM withdrawals with cash assistance cards. The state Department for Children and Families said Tuesday that it was rescinding the policy before it could be put into effect for 15,000 poor residents receiving cash assistance each month. The...

  • Arizona Limits Welfare Benefits to 12 Months

    At least 1,600 Arizona families will lose their welfare benefits next year under a bill approved by the state’s Republican-controlled Legislature. The measure imposes a lifetime limit of 12 months for receiving Medicaid and other public assistance, giving Arizona the most restrictive law in the...

  • Petition · Scott Morrison: Stop Attacking the Unemployed · Change.org

    20 April 2015 The Hon. Scott Morrison, MP Minister for Social Services Parliament House Canberra ACT 2600 Dear Minister, On behalf of the many Australians who believe in the importance of a fair and equitable welfare system, I the undersigned write to voice my strong objections to the harmful...

  • Critical Update on Obama's Gun Grab | RedFlagNews.com

    by Michael Connelly, Constitutional Attorney For over two years I have the United States Justice Foundation ( www.usjf.net) has been working with veterans trying to help them protect their Fifth and Second Amendment rights. The more we learned the worse it got. Then about a year ago we...

  • Kansas Welfare Recipients Get Six Month Reprieve - attn:

    Three-hundred and fifty families in Kansas will receive a six-month reprieves on receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, known as TANF. The families' TANF benefits were scheduled to end on July 1, 2015, however last week the Kansas Department for Children and Families announced it would...

Similar Articles Added Today

Latest Links Processed

0/120