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Welfare Reform Changes Women's Lives

Angelia Jordan, 29, shown with her six children. From oldest to youngest: D'Laiah , 9; Timothy, 8; Deontai, 6; Kaleb, 4; Mehki, 3; and seven-month-old Jeremiah. A TANF recipient, Jones attends school full-time while working 25-30 hours a week.
Rachel Jones, NPR
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Angelia Jordan, 29, shown with her six children. From oldest to youngest: D'Laiah , 9; Timothy, 8; Deontai, 6; Kaleb, 4; Mehki, 3; and seven-month-old Jeremiah. A TANF recipient, Jones attends school full-time while working 25-30 hours a week.

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Rachel Jones
Rachel Jones reports on education, social policy, and welfare reform issues at NPR. She has also covered children’s health and development, as well as well as racial disparities in health care.
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