If you had to choose the first change within welfare providers to make it better what would it be and why is this so important to do?
It is odd to sit here as a person trying to think of ways to change and make better things in the hands of our government. We can judge them and ask why hasn't it been done already but someone somewhere had to have thought about these simplistic ideas right? So then we must ask ourselves why haven't they changed these issues, what am I missing in the whole picture? So after you decide what you would change ask yourself why it wouldn't have been changed? For example: I would say making it mandatory to drug test welfare recipients. Now I need to ask myself why this simple idea hasn't been done already.
Could it be because it is a privacy issue? A rights issue? A cost issue?
What are your thoughts?
If you had to choose the first change within welfare providers to make it better, what would it be and why is this so important to do, I would personally enforce them to do some sort of community service every week (for example, completion of volunteer hours at a local food bank or shelter, work at a local animal ...
This solution briefly contemplates changes within welfare providers.