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Uploaded on Sep 24, 2010
Mayor Gavin Newsom and San Francisco Human Services Agency (HSA) Director Trent Rhorer announced new local incentives and private sector wage subsidies to continue a modified version of the highly successful Jobs NOW! program -- which has put more than 4,100 San Francisco parents back to work -- if Congress fails to extend stimulus funding for subsidized employment programs by September 30th. If Congress allows funding for Jobs NOW! and similar programs around the country to expire, nearly a quarter million low-income Americans will be at risk of unemployment come October 1st.