Bush Plan to Cut Fuel Subsidies Criticized The Bush administration wants to cut $300 million in fuel subsidies that help low-income families pay their heating bills, but some critics say thousands of poor families will pay a steep price. Brian Mann of North Country Public Radio reports.

Bush Plan to Cut Fuel Subsidies Criticized

Bush Plan to Cut Fuel Subsidies Criticized

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The Bush administration wants to cut $300 million in fuel subsidies that help low-income families pay their heating bills, but some critics say thousands of poor families will pay a steep price. Brian Mann of North Country Public Radio reports.