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Southeast schools face loss of secure rural schools funding

SITKA, ALASKA A Federal program that provides millions of dollars in education funding to Southeast schools failed to make it through the US House of Representatives on Friday (September 26, 2008) The National program was first implemented as early as 1908 for communities that lived near National forest land to compensate for loss of tax revenue.
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