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Education Cuts May Strip Troubled-Youth Programs

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Education Cuts May Strip Troubled-Youth Programs

Education Cuts May Strip Troubled-Youth Programs

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The nation's schools have depended on federal money to establish programs on drug abuse and anger management for troubled students. But the funding they count on may be in trouble as the Bush administration proposes to make huge funding cuts in the program.

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