No layoffs of teachers, cops, but schools, senior center could lose future funds
Wednesday, March 6, 2013 at 9:30 am
By Meaghan Downs
and Ben Carlson
Federal spending cuts may trickle down to Anderson County by this summer, reducing funds for school district and senior center programs, but with little to no impact on local government, law enforcement or the health department.
The process of “sequestration,” the term assigned to automatic spending cuts at the federal level, began Friday night after President Obama and Republican congressional leadership failed to come to a compromise on reducing the deficit.
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