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(NYT) — A program that for a decade helped New York City’s poor and elderly navigate their way through insurance problems — and that became a model for a similar federal program — has become a casualty of city budget cuts, an administrator of the program said on Thursday.

The $4 million program sent ombudsmen to 25 social service agencies across the city, including theLegal Aid Society and agencies serving Latino, Asian, Polish and Jewish communities across the city.

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