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Yet experiments, especially those conducted under Section 1115 of the Social Security Act and under PR WORA, have not been very successful in isolating which broad components of reform--work requirements, time limits, family caps, income disregards, and so on--influence recipient outcomes (Moffitt and Ver Ploeg, 2001; U.S.
In most large cities, these groups were described as "reform movements," although even supporters admitted that the coalitions were rarely united in any meaningful way, except in opposition to unchecked development and in favour of a vague sense of democratic participation and "people power." (61) In Bronte, which became the southern part of Ward 2 of Oakville's municipal government upon amalgamation in 1962, the West Oakville Residents' Association (WORA) became the main vehicle of local discontent.
Though initially stymied by what they saw as an Establishment majority on council, WORA built links to activists in other wards (who were mainly fighting high rises and widened roads).
Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PR WORA)
Abdul Habib Syedkhel told Pajhwok Afghan News the shelling that started last night continued until 8am on Wednesday, with the rockets landing in Loya Goriga, Wora Goriga and Khar areas.
WORA's station signal without a valid retransmission consent
agreement with WORA. See Letter from Steven Broeckaert, Deputy Chief,
Although there is some evidence that employed women--and, in particular, mothers who spend more time at work--are more positive toward their young children, provide higher quality home environments, and are better off economically (Crockenberg & Litman, 1991; Huston & Rosenkrantz Aronson, 2005; Moss & Tilly, 2001; Zaslow, Pederson, Suwalsky, Cain, & Fivel, 1985), the "work first" emphasis of the PP, WORA legislation presumes that most mothers who receive welfare benefits are employable and that the jobs they are able to get will pay a living wage.
Once owned by the Wora Yolnu, that this repertoire survives at all is due to what Gumbula describes as a traditional Yolnu archival mechanism (Gumbula and Corn 2007).