This note will first discuss the background of the AFDC program and how it is regulated by the federal and state governments. A discussion of several lower federal and state court decisions which have dealt with the issue presented to the United States Supreme Court in Anderson v. Edwards will follow. Next, this note will examine the Court's analysis and holding in Anderson. The note concludes with the author's assessment as to why the holding in Anderson was correct.
Irma S. Jurado,
Anderson v. Edwards: Can Two Live More Cheaply Than One? The Effect of Cohabitation on AFDC Grants, 26 Golden Gate U. L. Rev.