Monday, May 18, 2009

"When a recession forces charities to strip out services or shut down altogether, the devastation may be less obvious, initially. But it is no less a public emergency.

That's the point of stories you'll see today and Monday. A public emergency is at our doorstep. Unaddressed, it will invade this community in a slow and unmerciful march. No one should be caught surprised."

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