KMSB "Nogales SCC Profiles," Friday, 10/29/10, 6:55 AM

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By Bryce Potter By Bryce Potter

Debbie Curley, UA AZ Cooperative Ext., SCC, says State legislators want voters to shift early childhood programs, funded by tobacco taxes, to the general fund to help make up a huge budget shortfall in the 2010-2011 budget.  She says proposition 302 on the November ballot is asking voters to approve that shift.  She says if that happens, programs like the just-opened Family resource Centers in Nogales and Rio Rico will most likely close.