US states facing deep spending cuts


The world's biggest economy, the United States, needs to generate about a 100,000 jobs a month just to absorb a rising population.

But cash-strapped local government is shedding jobs almost as quickly as private firms can hire them.

Mark Gregory has more from Yonkers in New York state.

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