Georgia Hit With $240 Million a Year Budget Cut From Sequester

    Comments:  | Leave A Comment

    Beginning today, Georgia will be preparing to take annual cuts to their federal budget ranging from $240 million a year to $20 million a month

    The cuts will mainly affect federally funded programs for early childhood education, senior citizens and transportation maintenance and repairs.

    “We’ll feel everything a little bit, I don’t know that we feel any one thing incredibly hard,” State Rep. Terry England of Auburn told WSB Radio.

    The cuts will have a major impact with the state’s military installations and defense companies.

    “If they’re looking at a 20 percent cut in salary, they’re going to slow down on a lot of their spending,” Rep. England said. “They’re going to delay buying a new car… they’re not going to go to as many movies, they’re not going to eat out as much.”


    blog comments powered by Disqus

    Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

    Join 257 other followers