The point being, if you have to depend on people who don't report to you, your power is limited.
The nation’s top Social Security official says benefits for tens of thousands of people with severe disabilities are being delayed by furloughs and layoffs of state employees around the country....
Claims are evaluated by state employees, but the federal government reimburses states for the salaries of those employees and pays the full cost of benefits for people found to be disabled.“We pay the full freight,” Mr. Astrue said. “States do not save any money when they furlough or lay off these employees. They only delay payments to disabled citizens who rely on the monthly benefits.”
Saturday, April 18, 2009
Our Weak Government
I keep finding proof of our government's weakness. Here's another example--SSA is reliant on the states to process disability