| More than legal hurdles make welfare-to-work difficult
by Roy Maynard
Posted 5/03/97, 12:00 am
from Oklahoma City
Daryl Loukx's looks admittedly scare small children and social workers. It's Monday, and he arrives early at The Education and Employment Ministry (TEEM) in Oklahoma City as part of his work-release program at the city jail. For the last seven years, the taxpayers have supported Daryl-either with monthly Social Security/Disability Income checks or through room and board in prison.