LI HEAP funding is critical for New England

Brett, James T.
October 2005
New Hampshire Business Review;10/28/2005, Vol. 27 Issue 23, p23
The article explains that is essential for New England that U.S. Congress approve $4 billion for this year's Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) before the end of the session. LIHEAP provides funding to assist low-income families pay for home heating. This is critical for New England which has more cold winter days than most of the country and is saddled with higher than average energy costs.


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