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Rebecca Lyon cried as she addressed County Council on Thursday night.
Council is considering not funding agencies, such as the Learning Institute for Tomorrow (LIFT) and Southside Adult Family Literacy, in this year's budget, even though it has funded them in the past.
Lyon, a LIFT student, gave an emotional plea to council members, asking them to keep LIFT's funding in the budget. LIFT assists adults and older teens who have had mental illness or substance abuse problems to obtain GEDs (general equivalency diplomas), life skills and coping skills to succeed.
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