Budget cuts to end after-school programs for teens with disabilities

Some California after-school programs for children with disabilities are set to close because of state budget cuts. United Cerebral Palsy of the Inland Empire lost funding for programs that foster interaction between youths with and without disabilities. The state supplied 80% of the funding, and advocates are trying to raise money.

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