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The Black Belt region in the South is characterized by high poverty and related economic problems. The region receives above-average Federal funds per capita, mostly due to relatively high funding in metro areas. In nonmetro areas of the Black Belt, Federal funds vary significantly by type of county and program, with some significant mismatches between the level of program need and assistance actually received. Some Federal policies might be considered to address these mismatches and help develop this depressed region.

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