Poverty Amidst Plenty 2001

February 27, 2001. New York State leaves millions of dollars unspent for anti-poverty efforts for state’s poor families. The state’s TANF funds should be fully and promptly used for the New York families that need them. A new report makes the case.

Also see FPI’s February 2000 report, Improving New York State’s Utilization of its TANF Block Grant and Related “Maintenance of Effort” Resources, supplemented by a glossary of programs and services funded with family assistance resources.