Re: Mothers losing children in Welfare Reform's wake: Wisconsin

Mike Steindel (CLaw7MAn@webtv.net)
Sun, 4 Apr 1999 16:07:02 -0700 (PDT)


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This is absolutely intolerable that americans have to give up their
children in order to secure a place to sleep... I think we need to bring
this situation to the attention of NATO... It seems to me that massive
air strikes are required on the capital in order to restore civility and
kindness to the regional Government. 

I am outraged that the UN has done nothing to help solve the human
suffering in the United States. I hear a constant barrage from the media
in regards to the Butcher of Baghdad and the similaities between
Slobidan Milosivic and Hitler... But never a word about the Leader of
the Free World who has turned his back on his own...  I say bring home
the troops, disolve NATO, stop the War on Drugs and lets take care of
our own....People are hungy and in need here in the USA, drug abuse is
not a crime, only an illness and there is no war....I want a President
not a leader of the free world....How free is a world that is bombed
into submission...

They are doing the same thing to us "bombing that is" submit or be
homeless. Submit or go to jail, be the same as everyone else, believe
like we tell you to. Do as I say or else....I have had enough of "them
and their shit" ... Lets make a change to "Do as we the people tell you
to or out of office.... Let them see what life on the street is like.
Politicians that is....Clinton, Barr, Lott, Forbes, Bush, Dole and the
list goes and on.... 

Hey BTW Happy Easter everyone....mike  


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Tommy G. Thompson's proposed 1999-2001 biennial state budget. Yolonda Cannon, 35, a mother of two who has AIDS, spoke on behalf of herself and her sister, Cashmarie Cannon, 42, who has five children and also has AIDS. Cannon said the state's $100 a child caretaker supplement was not enough to provide for children. She said that she and her sister could not work and the families were not eligible for the Wisconsin Works (W-2) welfare reform. In response, state Rep. Antonio Riley (D-Milwaukee) said that when W-2 was enacted, an amendment was defeated that would have allowed people with HIV or AIDS to be exempt from some work requirements and still receive benefits. "I think we'll go back and resurrect that," he told the sisters. Joe Volk, head of the communitywide Task Force on Emergency Shelter and Relocation Services, said that fallout from W-2 had hit the shelter system, mainly in two ways: families staying longer and more mothers giving up their children and moving into shelters. Volk urged the state to double its contribution to homeless programs, from $1.1 million a year to $2.2 million. In response, state Rep. Robert Cowles (R-Green Bay) said that he believed increasing services for homeless people would be an appropriate use for the state's millions of dollars of excess federal welfare money. State Sen. Brian Burke (D-Milwaukee), Senate chairman of the Joint Committee on Finance, which sponsored the "listening session" at the Milwaukee Public Schools Administration Building, said that speakers "reflected a cross section of community dissatisfaction with the proposed budget." Many speakers told of hardships that they and others will suffer because of cuts in state money for alcohol and drug addiction treatment, for community aid and for programs that would lower class sizes in poor Milwaukee schools. In related developments: The five W-2 agencies in Milwaukee County, along with most counties, have qualified for "fast track" renewal of their contracts, meaning they won't have to participate in open competition for the next two-year W-2 contracts, beginning Jan. 1, 2000. The governor has named a Wisconsin Works and Alcohol and Drug Abuse Task Force, with 12 of the 20 members from Milwaukee. J. Jean Rogers, economic support administrator for the Department of Development, will lead the task force, which is the state's response to calls from community leaders for an extra $10 million to combat abuse problems. 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