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Due Process for Welfare Recipients Subject to Changing Program Rules

An Illinois Case Study

By John Bouman

As federal statutory protections for welfare recipients become threatened or weakened, what protections remain available under the Due Process Clause to ameliorate the transition from existing eligibility rules to new and tighter rules? This article explores "transitional" due process issues with Youakim v. McDonald as a case study.

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