The intergovernmental grant system as seen by local, State, and Federal officials : Page: 15
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50.5 percent thought that their counties would
have funded the terminated programs with 100
percent local funds. Among the "larger" counties
(over 500,000) the positive views were even
stronger: 83.3 and 76.0 percent, respectively.
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