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Hiring freezes hamper weatherization plan

$5 billion of the stimulus bill was to weatherize low-income houses. A year later, only 8% of the funds have been disbursed. Many states have met less than 2% of their goals, saving little energy and employing few people. A Energy Department report blamed bureaucratic delays and the recession itself.

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