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Firefighting budget cuts could have hidden costs

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Across-the-board budget cuts are leaving federal agencies with fewer firefighters and less equipment to battle the nation's wildfires this summer. Yet the upfront savings could mask hidden costs because those agencies will ultimately spend whatever they must in what is already a deadly fire season, say government officials and others. The U.S. Forest Service's $2 billion...

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