Funds for California caregiving program may be cut

A state program providing assistance to people who care for aged, blind and disabled relatives in their homes is in jeopardy under Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's spending budget plan. The In-Home Supportive Services program is the largest of its kind in the nation, and policy experts fear the state won't be able to sustain the program as the elderly population increases.

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