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Obama's Big Budget Cut Proposals Target The Poor

Obama's Big Budget Cut Proposals Target The Poor: "A White House source familiar with the budget process told HuffPost that the president will propose cutting $2.5 billion from the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, or LIHEAP, which received $5.1 billion in federal funds in 2009. That program distributes money to states, which then distribute it to social service agencies to help families heat or cool their homes.

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