AN ACT CONCERNING TEMPORARY FAMILY ASSISTANCE.
To extend the time limit for temporary family assistance to sixty months and to gradually reduce benefits for newly employed beneficiaries to encourage employment.
Introduced by:Human Services Committee
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|3/7/2023||Favorable Change of Reference, Senate to Committee on Appropriations|
|3/3/2023||Favorable Change of Reference, House to Committee on Appropriations|
|3/3/2023||(LCO)||Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office|
|3/2/2023||(LCO)||Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office|
|3/2/2023||(HS)||Joint Favorable Change of Reference Appropriations|
|2/10/2023||Public Hearing 02/14|
|2/9/2023||Referred to Joint Committee on Human Services|
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