April 14, 1993

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Chalk up an assist to the Alpha Beta and the Boys/Viva Supermarkets Foundation, which announced last week that it will contribute $10 million to save sports programs in the Los Angeles public schools from an onslaught of major budget cutbacks.
Young adults with disabilities make "significant movement" toward economic and social independence within five years after leaving high school, a new study concludes, but for the most part they remain clustered in low-skill, low-wage jobs, and few have incomes much above the poverty level.
As the Clinton Administration scrambles to fulfill its self-imposed deadline to complete a national health-care-reform plan by the end of next month, a coalition linking health and children's advocates has laid out an agenda for how a transformed health-care system should meet the special needs of children.
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