Fw: devolution

Flower Child (nternet@c2i2.com)
Thu, 7 May 1998 18:00:08 -0700


-----Original Message-----
From: H. C. Covington <ach1@sprynet.com>
To: Undisclosed.Recipients@m7.sprynet.com
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Date: Thursday, May 07, 1998 4:21 PM
Subject: Fw: devolution


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>H. C. Sonny Covington  @  I CAN! America
>Community Based Management Consultants
>427 St. John Street - Lafayette, LA  70501
>(318) 235-7005  Fax 318-234-0953
>hccovington@usa.net
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Rebecca <rebecca@BPACAL.COM>
>To: WELFAREM-L@AMERICAN.EDU <WELFAREM-L@AMERICAN.EDU>
>Date: Thursday, May 07, 1998 4:34 PM
>Subject: devolution
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>Does anyone have information about the devolution of authority from the
>state to the county level with the implementation of new TANF programs?
>California has authorized counties to implement their own welfare
>programs, allowing wide latitude in service provision around the state.
>Does anyone know of examples from other states where there is some
>devolution, but perhaps less transfer of authority?  Also, does anyone
>know of any research being conducted on this issue?
>
>Thank you.
>Rebecca London
>------------------------------------
>Rebecca London, Ph.D.
>Berkeley Planning Associates
>440 Grand Ave., Suite 500
>Oakland, CA 94610
>phone: (510) 465-7884
>fax: (510) 465-7885
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