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Program benefitting disabled people in jeopardy

Gail Kenny, left, and Liz Toone, study a computer image at New Horizons in Prescott Valley. Kenny, who helps people access to their available benefits, will be one of 500 people nationwide who will lose their jobs if Congress does not reauthorize the spending that pays for their positions.<br>
Photo courtesy Les Stukenberg

Gail Kenny, left, and Liz Toone, study a computer image at New Horizons in Prescott Valley. Kenny, who helps people access to their available benefits, will be one of 500 people nationwide who will lose their jobs if Congress does not reauthorize the spending that pays for their positions.<br> Photo courtesy Les Stukenberg

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