Falling Off Fiscal Cliff Could Hurt LIHEAP, Other Programs
With all this talk in Washington about making the wealthy pay more in taxes, or not raising taxes on the middle class, it's easy to think this fiscal cliff is only about taxes. But it's also about automatic spending cuts of $55 billion this coming year in non-defense programs; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
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