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Immigrant Advocates Protest Funding Cuts

El Diario-La Prensa , Candida Portugus Posted: Feb 19, 2009

More than 150 immigrant advocacy groups in Queens, NY, launched a series of actions Tuesday that call on Gov. David Paterson to reconsider his proposed cuts to services that aid their constituents, El Diario-La Prensa reports. Programs most affected by budget cuts include English-language classes, adult education, citizenship assistance programs and refugee aid. The cuts range from 20-50 percent of funding from the state.

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