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and $50 per month cumulatively across all such benefits received, compared to 87 percent of recipients who lived in households receiving over $150 per month. halloween witch some days you just have to put on the hat and remind retro poster called the ministers charge.” Just as a parishioner can be a “charge” of minister without being entrusted entirely to their care, a person can be a “charge” of the public if he or she relies on public benefits to meet basic needs. DHS notes, however, that the analysis in the NPRM included only a limited number of programs, and did not assume that eligibility for public benefits necessarily meant enrollment. Furthermore, the analysis concerned use by individuals and not households. The commenter also cited a floor statement by a member of Congress in the months preceding enactment of the 1882 Act.
According to the commenter, the floor statement supported the conclusion that Congress intended for the term “public charge” to mean a person “primarily if not wholly dependent on the government.” Specifically, the member of Congress incorporated into his floor statement an 1879 resolution passed by the New York Board of Charities, which concluded that many cities and towns in Europe sent “to this country blind, crippled, lunatic, and other infirm paupers, who ultimately become life-long dependents on our public charities”; and that many such persons “become permanent inmates of the charitable institutions supported by the State of New York.” The resolution called on Congress to exclude such individuals from the United States and to appropriate funds for returning such individuals to their home countries. The commenter suggested that because the resolution referred to “life-long dependents” and “permanent inmates,” it is clear that Congress intended for the term “public charge” to refer