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Facing cuts, educators see lean times ahead

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This week, Governor Paterson used his executive budget address to warn New Yorkers that the state's spend-thrift ways are over. He said the ever-growing state budget is "a structural defect" that must be fixed. Paterson targeted the two biggest chunks of the budget for deep cuts - $1.1 billion to education; $1.9 billion to health care. David Sommerstein reports on the North Country's schools, where leaders are even more worried about the budgets a few years from now.

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David Sommerstein
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