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Cuts in the Governor's supplemental budget proposal combined with already enacted spending reductions would amount to a 23 percent drop in funding for programs that help people meet their basic needs.

According to a new analysis by the Budget & Policy Center, the Governor's budget would reduce state funding for programs that provide child care assistance to working families, eliminate the General Assistance - Unemployable program, which provides financial and medical support to people who are unable to work due to disability, and more.

The table below details the cuts in the Governor's supplemental budget in the area of economic security.

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