N.H. families brace for cuts to disability payments

02/20/2012 | Portland Press Herald (Maine)

People with disabilities in New Hampshire will receive assistance checks that are hundreds of dollars lower in March because of cuts in state assistance. People who already receive federal Supplemental Security Income will have that factored into their state grants, which will be reduced as a result. Some families say getting by without the money will be challenging. Gov. John Lynch says it was a tough decision but necessary to save $8 million.

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