1996 - 97 Content Archive
Shattering the Myth of Failure: Promising Findings from Ten Public Job Creation Initiatives
Toward a New Generation of Community Jobs Programs
Pulling Apart: A State-by-State Analysis of Income Trends
16K, 49K, 262K, 218K, 37K, 233K (report is separated into sections), 62pp
A Guide to Estimate the Cost of a State-Funded Food Stamps Program for Legal Immigrants
States Now Have the Option to Purchase Food Stamps to Provide Food Assistance to Legal Immigrants
Why Not Medicaid? Using Child Health Funds to Expand Coverage Through the Medicaid Program
The Tobacco Settlements: Do All of the Medicaid Recoveries Belong to the States?
56K , 12pp
Are State Tax Policies Becoming More Regressive?
Analysis of 1996 Census Bureau Poverty, Income and Health Data
Overview of Medicaid Provisions in the Balanced Budget Act of 1997, P.L. 10533
Overview of the New Child Health Block Grant
Trends in the Distribution of After-Tax Income: An Analysis of Congressional Budget Office Data
Looking at the Details of the New Budget Legislation: Social Program Initiatives Decline Over Time While Upper-Income Tax Cuts Grow
Presumptive Eligibility for Children: A Promising New Strategy for Enrolling Uninsured Children in Medicaid
15K , 5pp
Facilitating Enrollment of Children in Medicaid
The Final Tax Bill: Assessing the Long-Term Costs And the Distribution of Tax Benefits
Distribution of Budget Agreement's Tax Cuts Far More Similar To Congressional Bills Than to President's Plan
New Congressional Tax Offer Still Skewed Toward Wealthy
Institute for Policy Innovation Analysis of House Tax Bill Flawed
Congressional Research Service Analysis Supports Treasury Estimates of Effects of Tax Bills
Do Criticisms of the Treasury Department's Distributional Analyses Have Merit?
Analysis of Clinton Tax Plan
Senate Finance Committee Tax Plan
Analysis of Senate Child Tax Credit Proposal
Analysis of House Child Tax Credit Proposal
The Commerce Committee Child Health Block Grant: Health Insurance for Children or Windfall for States?
The Impact on Families in Different Income Categories of the Tax and Entitlement Changes Approved by House Committees
Joint Tax Committee Distribution Tables of the Roth Bill Produce Misleading Results
House Subcommittee Proposal Regarding Legal Immigrants Would Violate Budget Agreement and Cause Hardship
Analysis of House Tax Plan
What's In The Budget Agreement?
Medicaid and Child Health Provisions of the Bipartisan Budget Agreement
The Tax Cuts In The Budget Agreement: Phase-ins, Backloading, and Revisedenue Acceleration Lock in Very Large Future Costs
Millions of Uninsured and Underinsured Children Are Eligible For Medicaid
Can A Block Grant To States Effectively Address the Problems of Legal Immigrants?
Estate Tax Cuts Would Benefit Wealthiest Americans: Targeted Changes Could Help Family Businesses and Farms
State Funding Requirements Under The New Welfare Law
Why Can't All Immigrants Be Cared For By Sponsors?
The Administration's Proposals To Ease Some of the Welfare Law's Harshest Provisions
pub # 97-027
Special Report Series: Immigrants and the New Welfare Law
Behind The Numbers: An Examination of the Tax Foundation's Tax Day Report
Special Report Series: The Constitutional Amendment to Require a Two-Thirds Supermajority Vote By the House and Senate For Any Bill That Raises Revisedenues
Proposed Constitutional Amendment on Revisedenues Would Impede Deficit Reduction and Protect Special Interest Tax Breaks
Do States with Supermajorities Have Smaller Tax Increases or Faster Economic Growth Than Other States?
State Income Tax Burdens on Low-Income Families
Special Report Series: The Changes to the Food Stamp Program Under the New Welfare Law
Overview of the Food Stamp Time Limits For People Between Ages 18 and 50
Who Will Lose Food Stamps Under the Three-Month Cut-Off?
Senate Leadership Tax Proposals: Mushrooming Tax Cuts For High-Income Taxpayers Would Jeopardize Long-Term Budget Integrity
An Income Tax Cut Is A Poorly Targeted Way For Maryland To Help Small Businesses and Is Unlikely To Boost State's Economy
Special Report Series: The Balanced Budget Amendment
The Balanced Budget Amendment and Social Security
The Balanced Budget Constitutional Amendment: An Overview
If Everyone Agrees We Should Balance the Budget by 2002, What’s the Problem with a Constitutional Balanced Budget Amendment?
State Balanced Budget Requirements Differ From the Proposed Federal Balanced Budget Amendment
A Legacy of Debt? The Balanced Budget Amendment and the Next Generation
Balanced Budget Amendment Would Significantly Increase Risks of a Government Default
Enforcement of a Constitutional Balanced Budget Amendment: Questions Without Answers
The Time Line For Implementing The New Welfare Law
Bearing Most of the Burden: How Deficit Reduction During the 104th Congress Concentrated on Programs for the Poor
What Do People Pay In Taxes?
The Safety Net Delivers:The Effects of Government Benefit Programs in Reducing Poverty
A Hand Up: How State Earned Income Credits Help Working Families Escape Poverty
Summary of 1996 Edition
An Analysis of the AFDC-Related Medicaid Provisions in the New Welfare Law
Analysis of Census Bureau Income and Poverty Data
Senate Sharply Reduces Resources for Welfare Reform Research
Budget Reductions Under the Dole Tax Plan: Where and How Much
Analysis of National Taxpayers Union Foundation's Flawed 9/6/96 Tally
28 Million Poor and Lower-Middle Income Children Would Not Qualify for Dole Child Tax Credit
Additional Information on the Proposed Child Tax Credit
Twisted Tales: Overstating the Taxes the Typical Household Pays
The Depth of the Food Stamp Cuts In the Final Welfare Bill
The New Welfare Law - Summary
The New Welfare Law - Full Report
Does Cutting Tax Rates Increase Economic Growth?
Taxes: The Highest in History?
The Conference on the Welfare Bill
Urban Institute Study Confirms That Welfare Bills Would Increase Child Poverty
House and Senate Welfare Bills
House Approves Amendment to Welfare Bill That Would Result in Most Severe Cut In Food Stamp History