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Blasi, Litigation Strategies for Addressing Bureaucratic Disentitlement, 16 N.
See Blasi, supra note 217, at 594-95 (describing the devastating impact of bureaucratic disentitlement on homeless applicants in Los Angeles County); see also Reynolds v.
Welfare workers interpret articulated pressures from above - for example, to increase efficiency and reduce error rates - through their own conflicts about the poor and through the unarticulated messages they receive from the bureaucratic culture of disentitlement.
The whole point of bureaucratic disentitlement is to keep the key event of filing an application, with all the administrative and legal scrutiny it can precipitate, from happening.
Verification extremism" lay at the heart of every injury done to the homeless families at OESSS; it is the main cause of preapplication disentitlement in benefits systems everywhere.
70) In theory, if applicants were aware of these protections, disentitlement would be impossible.
But at a more concrete level, verification extremism and other features of disentitlement make poor people's incomes insecure.
The concrete harm of disentitlement can be measured in benefits lost.
103) Thanks to the informal workings of disentitlement, the Wendys and the Shaunas may never enjoy the transformative exercise of translating their experiences into claims.
Bureaucratic disentitlement is a clandestine method of cutting back on benefits, which, by the informal reduction of services, saves money and avoids the strain and uncertain outcome of open political debate over welfare spending and policy.
Most observers of disentitlement strategies have emphasized the critical part played by excessive demands for verification of eligibility, most notably in the context of the fallout from local administrative responses to "quality control.
It must be concluded that for various reasons, UI claimants are discouraged from appealing disentitlements and disqualifications.
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