Proposed S.B. No. 96
Session Year 2022
 


AN ACT INCREASING THE TEMPORARY FAMILY ASSISTANCE TIME LIMIT TO SIXTY MONTHS.

To allow low-income families with children to receive financial benefits longer and thereby reduce risk of homelessness and negative health and academic outcomes for children.

Introduced by:
Sen. Mae Flexer, 29th Dist.
Rep. Susan M. Johnson, 49th Dist.
Rep. Brandon Chafee, 33rd Dist.
Rep. Anthony L. Nolan, 39th Dist.
Rep. Travis Simms, 140th Dist.
Rep. Anne M. Hughes, 135th Dist.
Rep. Robyn A. Porter, 94th Dist.
Rep. John "Jack" F. Hennessy, 127th Dist.
Rep. Michael A. Winkler, 56th Dist.

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Bill History

 Date Action Taken
 2/16/2022Referred to Joint Committee on Human Services

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