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Through the transitional jobs program, hundreds of former welfare recipients have performed actual city jobs—not workfare. But state budget reductions will force the program to scale back.



Thousands of New York children are raised by relatives other than their parents. Many rely on state programs to support their unexpected second stint as guardians.