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February 24, 2013 12:00 AM

Poor or disabled children could be among first hurt by budget cuts

State leaders – from the Mental Health Department to the state’s leading economist – say they do not have solid figures on how across-the-board federal budget cuts, known as sequestration, would impact services in South Carolina.

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