Introduced by Rep. Mary Waters (D) on November 14, 2006, to require the Department of Human Services to establish a program at Wayne County Community College to provide housing, remedial classes, a health clinic, financial literacy classes, and vocational training for youths in foster care between 18 years 22 years of age.
Referred to the House Families and Childrens Services Committee on November 14, 2006.
This bill is PREVENTATIVE, PROACTIVE by Anonymous Citizen on November 20, 2006 It will keep you from paying future bill like welfare and the end result is more pleasant and compassionate.
How do you fund? by Anonymous Citizen on November 20, 2006 Can you please tell me where the money will come from to support such a large program? Did anyone tell Mary the SBT has been abolished and the Big 3 automakers will never provide the tax base they once did?
If don't want to as citizens pay for welfare and other programs then TEACH by Anonymous Citizen on November 19, 2006 financial literacy in public schools.