A child advocacy group recently raised concerns that several aspects of the HOPE Act, a welfare reform law approved by the Kansas Legislature last session, could collide with federal rules.
A child advocacy group recently raised concerns that several aspects of the HOPE Act, a welfare reform law approved by the Kansas Legislature last session, could collide with federal rules. File photo
A child advocacy group recently raised concerns that several aspects of the HOPE Act, a welfare reform law approved by the Kansas Legislature last session, could collide with federal rules. File photo

New Kansas welfare law doesn’t conflict with federal rules, state officials say

September 08, 2015 04:38 PM

UPDATED September 08, 2015 05:46 PM

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