Tuesday, March 6, 2012

The New York Times

Kate Taylor notes: “It has become an annual New York drama: cutbacks in the mayor’s proposed budget loom, with threats of firehouses being shut down, arts programs slashed and senior centers closed, only to be followed by restorations in the City Council. Yet the drama does not have a happy ending for everyone, and some of the cutbacks are eventually enacted. This year, many families are concerned that cuts to child care and after-school programs could result in 47,000 children losing access to those services, advocates for the programs said on Sunday.”

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