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POLS 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Debit Card, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

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Spring 2015

Department
Political Science
Course Code
POLS 1101
Professor
Kyle Christensen
Lecture
13

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American Government
Chapter 13: Part 2
Domestic Policy
Social Security Act of 1935
Two classes of Programming
Contributory
Social security (welfare)
Medicare
Unemployment Insurance
Non-Contributory Programs
Means tested (if you’re even slightly then they won’t help you)
Food Stamps
Housing Assistance
Temporary Assistance to Needy Families
State Children’s Health Insurance Program
Who Benefits?
The Elderly
The Middle Class
Losers
Children

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American Government Chapter 13: Part 2  Domestic Policy  Social SecurityAct of 1935  Two classes of Programming  Contributory • Social security (welfare) • Medicare • Unemployment Insurance  Non-Contributory Programs • Means tested (if you’re even slightly then they won’t help you) ♦ Food Stamps ♦ HousingAssistance ♦ TemporaryAssistance to Needy Families ♦ State Children’s Health Insurance Program  Who Benefits? • The Elderly • The Middle Class  Losers • Children • The uneducated and the poor • Minorities • Women – Christensen said the “Books Before Boys, Because Boys Bring Babies” thing again  Social Welfare Program  (CH.13 – Part 2) CENTRAL POINTS FROM TEXTBOOK  Contracting Power – the power of government to set conditions on companies seeking to sell goods or services to government agencies  ContributoryAgencies – social programs financed in whole or in part by taxation or other mandatory contributions by their present or future recipients  Cost-of-LivingAdjustments – changes made to the level of benefits of a government program based on the rate of inflation  Fiscal Policy – the government’s use of taxing, monetary, and spending powers to manipulate the economy  Indexing – periodic process of adjusting of social benefits or wages to account for increases in the cost-of-living  In-kind Benefits – cash goods and services provided to ne
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