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“Mediterranea,” an exhibit at the Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU Texas highlights the works of American artists who used the lands surrounding the Mediterranean Sea for their inspiration.

The touring exhibition is comprised of works by 19th century American expatriate artists in Italy and features works by artists such as William Merritt Chase, Elihu Vedder, Frank Duveneck, and Charles Caryl Coleman. This exhibition reveals a specifically American view of the Mediterranean that circulated in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It will be on display through Sept. 1.

The exhibit is from the Graham D. Williford Collection and made possible by the Graham and Jean Davoe Williford Charitable Trust. Graham Williford was born in Fairfield, Texas, in 1926 and became a renowned art collector. His pieces range from the “Mediterranea” collection, to other collections including silver pieces housed in the Dallas Museum of Art and the American Silver Gallery.

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Because the 1996 Welfare Reform Law converted the Aid to Families with Dependent Children program from an open-ended entitlement like the current SNAP program to a block grant with capped funding, the federal government has experience with what happens when states receive block grant funding. The new program created in 1996 was the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program, a block grant of $16.5 billion that gave states enormous flexibility as long as they met program requirements, especially the stringent work requirements, and spent the money on poor and low-income families. Three lessons of the decade and a half experience with TANF should be considered as Congress contemplates a SNAP block grant. The first is that the value of a capped block grant declines every year due to inflation. The $16.5 billion TANF block grant has lost about one-third of its value since the mid-1990s. In the case of the SNAP program, the explicit purpose of converting the open-ended entitlement to a block grant is to save money. Still, in assessing the adequacy of funding in any block grant with capped funding, Congress must take into account the fact that without an inflation adjustment, the value of the block grant will actually decline even faster than whatever annual caps are placed on the block grant.

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