Two Republican lawmakers might introduce legislation to halt the rollout of changes to Indiana's welfare intake process, and Gov. Mitch Daniels isn't happy about it.The Governor has outsourced eligibility services to IBM.
What We Stand For
The Communist Party of Indiana CPUSA struggles for socialism: to better the lives of Indiana's working families, to protect and extend labor's ability to organize, for the needs of women, children, immigrants (documented and undocumented), the disabled, LGBT, and all people who strive for affordable quality health care, housing, and education. We stand against racism in all its forms. We stand for jobs for all. We stand for peace. We support all who struggle world wide for the dignity and self-determination of the majority of their nation's people and against imperialism, occupation, and exploitation for private profit.
Thursday, January 1, 2009
In an interesting reflection of the growing struggle over providing services to working families and people without resources in Indiana, the Indianapolis Star reports