Expert: social workers should participate in police patrols in New York

George Kelling, a professor at the Manhattan Institute, who also gives lectures at Harvard, suggested that the New York police change the approach to the usual patrol of streets, cars and subways. Kelling, who provides counseling services to law enforcement in New York, believes police should work closely with ...

The Unemployment Benefit Bill is moving forward successfully.

After several setbacks, the senate finally gathered enough votes to begin official debates on a bill that would restore benefits to the long-term unemployed. The Senate voted 65 against 34 in favor of a measure that would legalize unemployment benefits again within five months. The program provides assistance to people who, as a rule, were unemployed in ...

In Louisiana, it is forbidden to use social assistance to pay for extra goods and services

Louisiana residents who receive government benefits will be banned from using government money in lingerie boutiques, tattoo parlors, manicure salons and jewelry stores. Such restrictions have been proposed by officials of state welfare organizations. The Ministry of Social Services reported making emergency changes on Thursday evening. They cover the Temporary Program ...

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