Robert Rector

Robert Rector

What happened when Maine required childless adults to work or even do community service in order to get food stamps? The amount of those applying plummeted by 80%. Robert Rector of the Heritage Foundation wrote about this (with Rachel Sheffield) in an amazing article. Robert Rector joins Jerry Newcombe to talk about this story.

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