Don't let myths muddy the debate over welfare
In casual conversations, people often throw around information about topics they know very little about.
There's nothing wrong with pitching in your two-cents, but when misinformation is passed on, it can get become ingrained in people's consciousness and accepted as fact. That only complicates the approach to addressing a problem.
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