1. Governor Engler's '92-'93 Executive Budget puts Social Services at $6.244 billion, 29 percent of the gross budget of $21.191 billion. Social Services spending in the General Fund is pegged at $2.235 billion, 28 percent of the $7.928 billion General Fund budget.

  2. Robert Rector and Mike McLaughlin, "A Conservative's Guide to State-Level Welfare Reform," to be published by The Heritage Foundation, Washington, D.C., in March 1992.

  3. Jack Kemp, "Adopt a Strategy for Empowerment in the War on Poverty", Point of View, The Heritage Foundation, June 13, 1990.

  4. Ronald Brownstein, "In Welfare Cases, States Impose Codes of Conduct," Albany Times Union, December 1, 1991.

  5. Patricia Chargot, "Cut Class, Get a Smaller Check," State Legislature, October 1991.

  6. Adam Myerson, "Land of Milk and Money: Governor Thompson's Wisconsin Showcase," Policy Review, Spring 1991.