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Who needs work when there’s welfare?

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Federal welfare benefits pay more than minimum wage jobs in 35 states, according to a new report from the Cato Institute. Hawaii provides the most benefits, or $49,175 a year. The District of Columbia provides the second highest welfare benefits in the country, providing $43,099 a year. Cato’s calculations were based upon how much a mother with two children would receive from the seven most...

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