A new report by the Star-Ledger shows that state stands to lose many millions in federal dollars based on Gov. Chris Christie’s budget proposal. The paper says that the among the loses would be a federal program that provides dollars for Homeland Security based on how much the state puts in. Also, around $90 million would go away towards making homes more energy efficient. Finally, the state has removed its chance to get money for family-planning services based on the proposed cuts. Other cuts are being seen in after-school programs and libraries, according to the report.