By Joe King, email@example.com
As members of Congress continue to debate the effects of Federal sequestration, the local impact of such cuts may produce varying results.
Of the $85 million of cuts that will go into effect Mar. 1 unless Democrats and Republicans reach a working compromise, ,some of the complaints those opposed to those measures are a decrease in school funding and the overcrowding of county jails. However, both of the Sevier County versions of these institutions don’t see any immediate changes coming to the area.
“We don’t have enough information about the funding to make a comment about sequestration,” said Sevier County Schools Assistant Superintendent Debra Cline.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.