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Stalling on budget hurts children and families (access required)

We are past the 143rd day of a session that should only last 100 days. Yet, even with the amount of time we have spent here, there is still no budget for 2009. Stalling only causes harm to the families who depend on community-based agencies which, in turn, depend on state funding. Some agencies have ...

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