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The Grinch comes early

Just when you thought Monday couldn't be any worse comes this story from The Detroit News.

The local Salvation Army and other charitable organizations around Detroit say they are dropping their fund-raising goals for the holiday because of the area's economic crunch. Worse yet, they are dropping staff and services because their funding is way down in general.

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