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How Sequester Could Impact Holmdel and Hazlet

Spending cuts take effect on March 1 and 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 Holmdel-Hazlet stories about the possible impact of a sequester on our communities and Monmouth County.

  • Unclear Whether Sequester Will Impact NWS Earle Jobs
  • What Impact Could Sequestration Have on Sandy Recovery?
  • State Budget: Feds on Hook for Sandy Recovery


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