I've said that all along. In addition to time limits to receive benefits so being a life long sponge is no longer a way of life, recipients either need to be in school full time or working full time. If not doing either, you will work in the community learning a trade. They can learn painting, plumbing, heat & A/C, electrical, landscaping and basic carpentry skills. They will work alongside the maintenance guys that currently do those jobs. You don't show up, you get evicted. Then when somebody decides to spray paint a wall that a resident just painted, maybe they will step up and stop the destruction of property knowing they will have to put in the labor to repair it.
No cash increase because you keep having children you can't afford in the first place, you will now have to make do with the same amount. If you are living in public housing and are convicted of a crime, everybody living in that unit is evicted. After 5 years, the gravy train stops and you are removed. That is enough time to earn a degree or learn skills that can enable you to get a job.
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