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March 16, 1992 | LEWIS BEALE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It was an intense week on the Hill. The federal budget had just been released and thousands of journalists were scrutinizing the massive document, trying to determine how it would affect their beats. Bunty Anquoe (pronounced ANN-cue), Washington bureau chief for the Lakota Times--"America's Indian Newspaper"--was on a fiscal hunt too. And when she found that the Indian Housing Authority had essentially been eliminated, she got on the phone.
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March 16, 1992 | LEWIS BEALE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It was an intense week on the Hill. The federal budget had just been released and thousands of journalists were scrutinizing the massive document, trying to determine how it would affect their beats. Bunty Anquoe (pronounced ANN-cue), Washington bureau chief for the Lakota Times--"America's Indian Newspaper"--was on a fiscal hunt too. And when she found that the Indian Housing Authority had essentially been eliminated, she got on the phone.
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July 11, 1986 | DAVID CROOK, Times Staff Writer
Contributions and pledges to Hands Across America have topped $41 million, organizers said Thursday, while a review of expenses shows that costs are down considerably from earlier estimates. The new figures, organizers said, suggest that their early goal of raising $50 million to aid hungry and homeless Americans may be within reach, and Hands officials have started preparing to distribute funds to selected aid groups beginning this fall.
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