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Mayhew 1974, pp. 5357). State and local officials have also shied away from Reagan's new federalism. The states, of course, were eager to give up Medicaid since it meant < previous page page_25 next page > < previous page page_26 next page > Page 26 freed dollars, but they did not want to take on AFDC and food stamps in return. And for good reasons. State and local officials prefer redistribution to be handled at the federal level. Only in those few states with no significant lowincome population will state officials prefer a decentralized welfare system.
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137. 4. 8 per capita (1972 dollars). Cited figures are obtained by subtracting this amount from the federal transfers-to-persons and adding it to the state and local transfers. 5. 6 billion, but beginning in 1988 the fund would be reduced by 25 percent each year until 1991, when the fund would disappear. Since the fund is to be supported by federal excise taxes on gasoline, alcohol, tobacco, and phone services and by the windfall-profits tax, and since these taxes will be earmarked for the fund, phasing out the fund is equivalent to phasing out these federal taxes.
American Domestic Priorities: An Economic Appraisal by John M. Quigley