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.
- New York press release
- Poverty Amidst Plenty 2001, a new report from the National Campaign for Jobs and Income Support
- Appendix tables from the report
- Summary of New York’s TANF and MOE appropriations by program
- Summary of New York’s TANF and MOE expenditures, and TANF fund balances, by Federal Fiscal Years.
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.