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Moores spent most of the campaign attacking Stansbury over her support of a national proposal to redirect some law enforcement spending to social welfare.

If you were to host an impromptu dinner party to discuss the role of corporate America in social welfare today, Elizabeth Warren and Jamie Dimon would be close to the top of the guest list.

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San Diego’s denial rates for social welfare programs were the highest and its enrollment rates are at or near the bottom when compared to California’s largest counties or other major metro areas.

Some conservatives and libertarians, meanwhile, see universal basic income as a cost-effective alternative to existing social welfare systems.

It’s the ultimate hack to get around the complexities of creating equitable social welfare policies.

It added that it would be “operated exclusively for public and social-welfare purposes.”

The FEC has held that social-welfare nonprofits like the Kentucky Opportunity Coalition, which are organized under Sec.

In Germany, sex workers get to avail themselves of the same social-welfare infrastructure as all other German workers.

Yes, as many conservatives fear, many of the new Americans would be eligible for, and take advantage of, social-welfare benefits.

But, in many respects, equality is a lazy measure of social welfare.

In special to a Chinyman, who is of no account to social welfare, being a barbarian as I look at it.

And to these functions have been added those of police commissioner, of administrator of social welfare and hygiene.

The scope of this bureau's work was employment, housing, social welfare and readjustment, education and legal fairness.

The community is only a larger family group, and social consciousness must in time take into account social welfare.

At all their stations the Moravian Missionaries looked after the social welfare of the people.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to social welfare, such as: aid to dependent children, aid to the blind, food stamps, government aid, meal ticket, and old-age assistance.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.