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Budget Cuts to Hit the Neediest the Most

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Budget Cuts to Hit the Neediest the Most

Budget Cuts to Hit the Neediest the Most

Budget Cuts to Hit the Neediest the Most

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Senior news analyst Daniel Schorr says that in order to offset the unanticipated costs of Hurricane Katrina, the Iraq war and bird flu prevention, Congress is making plans to cut expenditures from those who need it most: the poor.

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