Washington, D.C. – With federal welfare reform discussions on the horizon, the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) remains prepared with proven solutions to help free individuals from the devastating grip of government dependence. FGA remains committed to reducing government dependency through commonsense policy solutions that promote work and dignity for individuals and families, freeing able-bodied adults who are trapped on food stamps, cash assistance, and Medicaid.
FGA’s proven reforms have seen massive success in states across the nation and have been instrumental in federal reforms that will help lift people from government dependence, regaining independence and dignity.
FGA’s team of policy experts have produced research and commentary calling for welfare reforms that will eliminate fraud, preserve resources for the truly needy, and encourage work for able-bodied adults to regain independence. These documents are listed below.
- Welfare Reform Overview
- Work Requirements are Working for Kansas Families
- Voters Want Work Requirements for Welfare
- Three Simple Steps to Fast-Track the American Comeback
- How the Trump Administration Can Roll Back Obama’s Food Stamp Agenda
- Trump Should Eliminate the Food Stamp Loophole
- In Pence, America’s Needy Finally Have an Ally in the White House
- Three Things President Trump Can Do to Reduce Dependency
- Fact Check: ObamaCare Does Hurt Our Neediest Neighbors
- Congress Should Take a Cue from Arkansas’s Medicaid Expansion Freeze
- Work Requirement is Essential to Healthcare Reform
- Trump Makes the Right Move in Taking us One Step Closer to Medicaid Work Requirements
As the Trump administration and Congress consider solutions to the dependency crisis that is facing the nation, proven welfare reforms like work requirements for all programs must be considered for federal implementation.
The Foundation for Government Accountability is a non–profit, multi–state think tank that specializes in health care, welfare, and work reform. To learn more, visit TheFGA.org.