In Asheville, N.C., and other cities across the country, funding cuts for the federal government's Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program have meant that private nonprofits are left to fill in the gaps.
By Stephen Fee, Mori Rothman
As the brutal winter drags on for parts of the country, many low-income families are struggling to pay their energy bills. In North Carolina, local governments are increasingly partnering with private nonprofit organizations to try to find new ways to…
By PBS NewsHour
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