New York Times (John Kasich): 20 Years After Reform, Welfare Is Still Broken

In Monday’s New York Times, Gov. John Kasich authored an op-ed about the need for states to become empowered to offer welfare reforms and ensure that we’re helping those in need while also setting standards for personal responsibility. An excerpt is below, you can read the whole thing here. New York Times: 20 Years After Reform, Welfare Is Still Broken “…today, it’s clear that our welfare system is still deeply flawed, thanks in part to later changes from Washington. In 2005, Congress pulled power back from the states, reducing local flexibility by enforcing a one-size-fits-all approach that sets arbitrary time limits on education and training for people seeking sustainable employment. As a result, too many lives are thrown away by a rigid and counterproductive system that treats an individual as a number, not as a person who is desperate to gain new skills and opportunities in life. Today’s system still […]

Gov. Kasich Campaigns with Ohio Sen. Rob Portman

Gov. John Kasich campaign with Senator Rob Portman, visiting with volunteers and supporters at stops in Centerville and Columbus. Watch this short highlight video below: .@JohnKasich joined the RV Tour on Thursday with stops in Dayton and Columbus! https://t.co/2y6ZGiXhUG — Rob Portman (@robportman) August 21, 2016

Thank You!

Together, we fought the good fight and did it the right way. Your devotion to our campaign based on our shared belief in solving our nation’s challenges by uniting people and lifting them up will forever remain in the hearts of my family and me. While our campaign is ending, our work is not over. We need to continue strengthening our families and our communities because that is how we strengthen our country. From the bottom of my heart, thank you. -John Kasich

What’s Next

Tonight’s results are not going to alter Gov. Kasich’s campaign plans. Our strategy has been and continues to be one that involves winning the nomination at an open convention.

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