How Sequester Could Impact Freehold
If spending cuts take effect on March 1, education, health and environmental programs in Monmouth could be hit.
Sequestration spending cuts scheduled to go into effect on March 1 would halt $85 billion in funding. In a statement issued Sunday, the White House said New Jersey would lose $30 million in education funding and see 11,000 civilian Department of Defense jobs furloughed.
This hub article contains links to Freehold stories about the possible impact of a sequester on Freehold and Monmouth County.
- State Asks Freehold to Budget Federal Grants at 75%
- Monmouth Head Start Provider Advocating for Programs as Sequester Looms
- Several Monmouth County Health Department Programs, Services Could be Harmed by Sequestration
- Unclear Whether Sequester Will Impact NWS Earle Jobs
- Monmouth University: Sequester Cuts Will Adversely Affect Student Loans, Aid For Low Income Students
- Sequestration Could Bring Big Cuts To NJ Education, Environment, Health Care