One example is that states will be differentiated by their welfare programs, meaning, one state may have more or better coverage than their neighboring states. If this was to occur, we can expect populations within states that have higher benefits to increase over time. Another plausible outcome is obviously overspending whether it is due to increased employment or welfare benefits. We may also see either an increase in recipients if programs expand or a decrease is as a result of some other function in which funds are being allocated.
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