Policy Briefing December 2011

Date: December 2, 2011
Author(s): CFFPP and Nino Rodriguez

In this issue:
– Twelve State’s General Assistance Programs Open to Employable Noncustodial Parents; Income and Asset Rules Typically Limit Eligibility to People Experiencing Extreme Poverty
– Hispanic Workers 26% Less Likely to Receive Unemployment Insurance in Selected States; Black Workers 9% Less Likely
– Alabama Reduces Interest Rate on Child Support Arrears; 39% of U.S. Child Support Cases Potentially Subject to Routine Interest Charges

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