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New York state comptroller report outlines sequestration impact

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The Schenectady Community Action Program is preparing for deep funding cuts, even though there’s a good chance those cuts might not happen. But if they do, the nonprofit organization will be forced to reduce the number of families served by its Head Start program and figure out how to run its housing programs for homeless and low-income women and children with far less money. “We’re talking worst-case scenario,” said Deb Schimpf, the executive director of ...


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