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Senate budget better for IDS, worse for DA’s (access required)

The North Carolina Senate's budget panel is calling for a spending plan that is vastly different from the House's proposal when it comes to the state's Indigent Defense Services and Conference of District Attorneys. The Senate Appropriations Committee plan announced last week would reduce IDS's budget for fiscal year 2012 by $8.9 million, a large cut, but considerably less than the $11.3 million cut passed by the House. District attorneys, however, didn't fare as well in the Senate.

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