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[IWS] 2014 GREEN BOOK (Background Material and Data on the Programs within the Jurisdiction of the Committe on Ways and Means) [November 2014]

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U.S. House of Representatives

Committee on Ways and Means


2014 GREEN BOOK (Background Material and Data on the Programs within the Jurisdiction of the Committe on Ways and Means)

Since 1981, the Committee on Ways and Means has published the Green Book, which presents background material and statistical data on the major entitlement programs and other activities within the Committee's jurisdiction. Over the decades, the Green Book has become a valuable resource and standard reference on American social policy.


§  Letter of Transmittal

·         Chapter 1: Social Security

·         Chapter 2: Medicare

·         Chapter 3: Supplemental Security Income

·         Chapter 4: Unemployment Insurance

·         Chapter 5: Railroad Benefits

·         Chapter 6: Trade Adjustment Assistance

·         Chapter 7: Temporary Assistance for Needy Families

·         Chapter 8: Child Support Enforcement

·         Chapter 9: Child Care

·         Chapter 10: Social Services Block Grant

·         Chapter 11: Child Welfare

·         Chapter 12: Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation

§  Appendix A: Federal Benefits and Services for People with Low Income

§  Appendix B: Social Welfare Programs in the Territories

§  Appendix C: Federal Benefits for Noncitizens



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