Advocates fear cuts to disability programs

01/8/2013 | Disability Scoop

Disability programs remain targets for cuts even after Congress delayed sequestration until March. Officials say programs for individuals with disabilities -- from special education to transportation to health care -- could be in jeopardy. "One of the major concerns is that these cuts are indiscriminate and across-the-board," said Lindsay Jones, senior director for policy and advocacy at the Council for Exceptional Children. "I think we have these two months to re-energize our membership and get them focused on how they can best explain their concerns to Congress."

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