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Legislative Analyst's Office (LAO)

Legislative Analyst's Office (LAO)

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Analysis 2008-2009 Major Issues Health and Social Services
Analysis 2008-2009 Major Issues Health and Social Services

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2008-09 Analysis 
LAO
65 YEARS OF SERVICE
 
Legislative Analyst’s Ofce 
M
ajor
I
ssues
 Health and Social Services
Alternative Approach to Increasing Work Participation in
;
CalWORKs
Failure to comply with ederal work participation requirements
could result in penalties in the hundreds o millions o dollars.The Governor proposes a graduated ull-amily sanctionand a ve-year time limit or children whose parents cannotor will not meet ederal work participation requirements.These policies would address anticipated work participationshortalls and result in savings o $471 million. We presentalternative approaches to increasing work participation thatresult in less budgetary savings and ewer children losingaid (see pages C-105 and C-113).
Child Welfare Services (CWS)
;
The Governor proposes to reduce county allocations or
CWS by $84 million. We evaluate the potential impacts othis proposal on social worker caseloads and children; andprovide alternatives that more narrowly target reductions inCWS expenditures (see page C-118).The budget proposes to continue with the development o a
new CWS computer system at a total cost o $247 million.We recommend canceling the proposed new system andinstead updating the existing CWS/CMS to provide requiredunctionality, resulting in savings o $184 million over the nextseven years (see page C-124).
In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) Wages
;
Current law grants counties broad discretion to set wage
levels and the conditions under which potential providers maylist themselves as available to be employed by recipients. To

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