Palin Cut Spending for Troubled Teens
Earlier this year, Gov. Sarah Palin used her line-item veto authority to cut spending for a nonprofit that offers services to troubled teens, including a ...
Earlier this year, Gov. Sarah Palin used her line-item veto authority to cut spending for a nonprofit that offers services to troubled teens, including a transitional home for teenaged mothers, from $5 million to $3.9 million, The Washington Post reports.
I should note that Palin has denied any membership with the AIP. Her husband was a member, but Palin herself has remained a registered Republican.
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