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Federally-Subsidized School Meals A Concern During Shutdown
Federally-Subsidized School Meals A Concern During Shutdown

AIR DATE: October 4, 2013

Clark County Schools will have a problem if the federal impasse goes beyond 30 days. At that point the district will be charged with funding meal subsidies for the more than one hundred and eighty six thousand  low-income students who rely on them.

Officials are considering getting that money from the general fund.


Paul Takahashi, Las Vegas Sun education reporter

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