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[ERRATA - Section 7 - Revised Table 7–1. Family Assistance Grants and Required State Spending Under TANF]
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106th Congress              COMMITTEE PRINT                  WMCP:
2d Session                                                   106-14
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                       [ERRATA] 2000 GREEN BOOK
                                     


                      COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
                     U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

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                            2000 GREEN BOOK

BACKGROUND MATERIAL AND DATA ON PROGRAMS WITHIN THE JURISDICTION OF THE 
                      COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS

                                     
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                            OCTOBER 6, 2000

 Prepared for the use of Members of the Committee on Ways and Means by 
members of its staff. This document has not been officially approved by 
       the Committee and may not reflect the views of its Members

                                 ERRATA

Table 7-1 includes information initially published by the 
  Department of Health and Human Services about state spending 
  (maintenance of effort) requirements under the Temporary 
  Assistance for Needy Families block grant program. The required 
  state spending levels have been subsequently revised. Table 7-1 
  (revised) shows information about state spending requirements 
  updated for Fiscal Year 1999 (latest information available) as 
  of March 9, 2000. The above referenced material as revised 
  (Table 7-1) is a replacement for pages 365-367.

               REVISED TABLE 7-1. FAMILY ASSISTANCE GRANTS AND REQUIRED STATE SPENDING UNDER TANF
                                            [in thousands of dollars]
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                                                                              Maximum child     Minimum spending
                                                                              care spending    on needy families
                                      Family     75 percent    80 percent      that can be       that cannot be
              State                 assistance   of historic   of historic      ``double-          ``double-
                                      grant         state         state      counted'' toward    counted'' for
                                                spending \1\  spending \1\  both the CCDF and  MOEs of both CCDF
                                                                                 TANF MOE           and CCDF
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Alabama..........................       93,315        39,214        41,828              6,896             32,318
Alaska...........................       63,609        47,062        50,199              3,545             43,517
Arizona..........................      222,420        93,547        99,783             10,033             83,514
Arkansas.........................       56,733        20,839        22,228              1,887             18,952
California.......................    3,733,818     2,724,942     2,906,605             85,593          2,639,349
Colorado.........................      136,057        82,871        88,396              8,986             73,885
Connecticut......................      266,788       183,421       195,649             18,738            164,683
Delaware.........................       32,291        21,771        23,222              5,179             16,592
District of Columbia.............       92,610        70,449        75,146              4,567             65,882
Florida..........................      562,340       368,363       392,921             33,416            334,948
Georgia..........................      330,742       173,369       184,926             22,183            151,186
Hawaii...........................       98,905        71,150        75,893              4,972             66,178
Idaho............................       31,938        13,425        14,320              1,176             12,249
Illinois.........................      585,057       430,088       458,761             56,874            373,214
Indiana..........................      206,799       113,526       121,094             15,357             98,169
Iowa.............................      131,525        61,963        66,094              5,079             56,885
Kansas...........................      101,931        61,750        65,866              6,673             55,077
Kentucky.........................      181,288        67,418        71,913              7,275             60,144
Louisiana........................      163,972        55,415        59,109              5,219             50,196
Maine............................       78,121        37,524        40,026              1,750             35,774
Maryland.........................      229,098       176,965       188,763             23,301            153,664
Massachusetts....................      459,371       358,948       382,877             44,973            313,974
Michigan.........................      775,353       468,518       499,753             24,411            444,107
Minnesota........................      267,985       179,331       191,286             19,690            159,641
Mississippi......................       86,768        21,724        23,173              1,715             20,009
Missouri.........................      217,052       120,121       128,129             16,549            103,572
Montana..........................       45,534        15,302        16,322              1,314             13,988
Nebraska.........................       58,029        28,629        30,538              6,499             22,130
Nevada...........................       43,977        25,489        27,188              2,580             22,908
New Hampshire....................       38,521        32,115        34,256              4,582             27,533
New Jersey.......................      404,035       300,160       320,171             26,374            273,786
New Mexico.......................      126,103        37,346        39,836              2,895             34,451
New York.........................    2,442,931     1,718,578     1,833,150            101,984          1,616,594
North Carolina...................      302,240       154,176       164,454             37,927            116,248
North Dakota.....................       26,400         9,069         9,674              1,017              8,052
Ohio.............................      727,968       390,831       416,887             45,404            345,427
Oklahoma.........................      148,014        61,078        65,149             10,630             50,447
Oregon...........................      167,925        91,636        97,745             11,715             79,921
Pennsylvania.....................      719,499       407,126       434,267             46,629            360,497
Rhode Island.....................       95,022        60,367        64,392              5,321             55,046
South Carolina...................       99,968        35,927        38,322              4,085             31,841
South Dakota.....................       21,894         8,542         9,111                803              7,739
Tennessee........................      191,524        82,810        88,331             18,976             63,834
Texas............................      486,257       235,726       251,441             34,681            201,044
Utah.............................       76,829        25,291        26,977              4,475             20,816
Vermont..........................       47,353        25,550        27,253              2,666             22,884
Virginia.........................      158,285       128,173       136,718             21,329            106,844
Washington.......................      404,332       271,376       289,468             38,708            232,668
West Virginia....................      110,176        32,294        34,446              2,971             29,322
Wisconsin........................      318,188       168,865       180,123             16,449            152,416
Wyoming..........................       21,781        10,193        10,872              1,554              8,639
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    Totals.......................   16,488,667    10,420,362    11,115,052            887,607         9,532,755
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\1\ Fiscal year 1994 spending on AFDC, EA, and JOBS, and AFDC-related child care. Spending may be revised to account for expenditures made on 
behalf of tribes. Required state spending shown are revised for Fiscal 
Year 1999 and reflect information as of March 9, 2000.
 Source: Table prepared by the Congressional Research Service based on information from the U.S. Department of
  Health and Human Services.