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Haskell, already underfunded, faces budget cut

The budget at Haskell Indian Nations University will be cut by $600,000, prompting Rep. Dennis Moore (D-Kansas) and Haskell officials to speak out.

The Bureau of Indian Affairs has warned the the school of a $600,000 cut next year. That's about 6.5 percent of Haskell's $9.1 million budget.

Haskell hasn't seen a budget increase in four years amid rising enrollment and rising costs.

Get the Story:
Rep. Moore speaks out against proposed cuts (The Lawrence Journal-World 10/31)
Budget cuts on Haskell�s horizon (The Lawrence Journal-World 10/22)

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