The home inspection is to make sure you're not living high while on assistance. Now that I'm thinking about it more, though, this wouldn't necessarily stop abuses. I'll have to think about that one.
I think organics should be covered. I also eat potato chips, because some days that's my only fat source, so I'd hate to exclude snack foods, but I don't see the benefit of Doritos. So food restrictions are difficult.
Folks who make more money can afford accountants to help them find ways around paying more in taxes. Those loopholes should be closed. Maybe interest paid on the primary residence can be declared, but an R that's not your primary residence or other houses are not deductible. (I've never had a second house, so I don't know if I'm right about this, but my sister had a house and RV and declared the interest on both.) I'd have to make myself more knowledgeable about tax deductions to answer this one more intelligently.
I have looked into finding funding for a business, and unless the business is already running, loans are not available. If I've missed something, PM me with the info, please!
Yes, I think the current levels of who qualifies is too low. I hear this complaint from others, that the cost of living has gone up, but not the qualification levels.
Work from home is something for those with older children. I agree that young children need too much attention to allow for a work at home situation. But even if the child is at school, there may not be a job opportunity that wouldn't require before or after care. A work from home job could eliminate that problem. Again, this assumes no younger children.