After a last-minute deal to avoid a U.S. government shutdown, the 2015 budget proposal leans even more on a temporary contingency fund for foreign assistance and reduces base aid spending by 5.6 percent. Foreign aid advocates share their concerns over the future of long-term aid programs.
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